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Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda repeated Thursday that the central bank does not have a deadline to achieve 2 percent inflation and that monetary policy will remain accommodative until the target is reached.

His remarks came after policymakers last month ditched any reference to a time frame, leading to speculation the BOJ does not expect to be able to reach the goal by its fiscal 2019 forecast.

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