Japan aims to boost yen’s status with direct currency trading

TOKYO — To encourage more businesses to use the yen and other Asian currencies, Japan’s Finance Ministry announced a comprehensive plan Monday to launch direct currency trading with other regional players. The ministry will first enter talks with Thailand.
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