Japan finmin reiterates pledge against competitive FX devaluation

TOKYO Japan will stick to a G7/G20 agreement against competitive currency devaluation and continue to use monetary policy to achieve its inflation goal, without targeting currencies, Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Tuesday. Aso declined to comment when …
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