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Corporate Japan expects to see only minimal inflation over the next year and barely any change looking ahead three to five years, a central bank survey showed Tuesday, highlighting yet again the difficulty the Bank of Japan faces in reaching its elusive 2 percent inflation target.

Companies surveyed by the BOJ expect consumer prices to have risen 0.8 percent a year from now, unchanged from their projection three months ago.

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