BoJ meets amid calls for change, growing global concerns

01/21/2013 | Washington Post, The · Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan)

The Bank of Japan began a closely watched two-day policy meeting Monday as the new government reiterated its call for a 2% inflation target. Meanwhile, observers say the yen's recent plunge in anticipation of such a shift in Japanese strategy might put the possibility of currency wars on the agenda of Group of 20 finance ministers due to meet next month.

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