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Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said Tuesday the central bank may take more steps to cushion the economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic, maintaining his gloomy outlook even as a state of emergency was lifted in the capital Tokyo.

His remarks come days after the BOJ unveiled its own version of the U.S. Federal Reserve's "Main Street" lending program to channel funds to small businesses hit by the virus.

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