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The Bank of Japan left its dovish policy unchanged Friday, refusing to cave in to mounting pressure to act over the fast-falling yen and brushing off fresh speculation that it might follow other central banks in moves to fight inflation.

The BOJ, which ended its two-day policy meeting the same day, decided to stay the course on its aggressive easing program, which includes negative interest rates, so-called yield-curve control and asset purchases.

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