-Japan reappoints FX tsar Asakawa, seeks consistency dealing with U.S.

TOKYO, July 4 (Reuters) – Japan’s top currency diplomat has been appointed for another one-year term in a regular finance ministry reshuffle, underscoring a desire to maintain policy consistency as Tokyo faces potentially tough economic talks with the …
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