Japan should intervene in the currency market or raise interest rates to defend the yen if it weakens beyond ¥130 to the dollar, the country’s former top currency diplomat Eisuke Sakakibara said Monday.
Tokyo authorities don’t need to take action yet, as the yen’s current weakness won’t do too much harm to an economy yet to fully emerge from deflation, Sakakibara said.
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