Abe adviser: Japan should push back any US attack on yen policy

JAPAN should push back against any US suggestion that it is suppressing the yen’s value for trade advantage, an adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, in a bid to pre-empt criticism of Japan’s currency policy. Koichi Hamada, Cabinet adviser and …
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