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Delegates remain cautiously upbeat on Japanese outlook

Published on June 8th, 2015

Key players endorse monetary policy despite doubts about sub-zero interest rates Investors and investment managers are positive on Japan, but cautious about the future in a low-interest-rate environment. Prime minister…

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