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Some Bank of Japan policymakers voiced concern at a meeting last week that the coronavirus pandemic could tip the country back into deflation, a summary of opinions released Wednesday showed.

A return to deflation would be “a considerable obstacle” to eventually achieving the central bank’s 2 percent price stability target, one of the nine Policy Board members said during the June 15-16 meeting.

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