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Some Bank of Japan policymakers warned of the risk of a delay in the country’s economic recovery as state of emergency curbs to combat the coronavirus pandemic weighed on consumption, minutes of their July meeting showed Tuesday.

While the nine-member board agreed that robust exports and capital expenditure would underpin growth, some also called for more vigilance regarding overseas risks such as the fallout from a possible slowdown in China’s economy, the minutes showed.

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