Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Tuesday rapid currency moves are “unfavorable” for many parties, amid growing concern about the negative impact of a weak yen on the fragile economic recovery at home.
Speaking at a news conference, Kishida said currency levels reflect the outcome of economic and monetary policies, expressing hope that the Bank of Japan will continue with its efforts to attain its 2% inflation target.
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