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The next prime minister is unlikely to change fiscal or other policies sufficiently to force the central bank to amend its monetary settings, a Bloomberg survey showed.

All-but one of 47 economists expect the Bank of Japan will keep its yield-curve control and asset-purchase programs unchanged at a two-day meeting ending Sept. 22. That’s one week before the ruling Liberal Democratic Party holds a leadership vote that effectively determines the next prime minister.

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