Bank of Japan to keep policy unchanged but new deputy could amplify board differences

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s central bank is not expected to change settings at its policy review this week, but the debut of a dovish new deputy could widen a rift between advocates of continued stimulus and those wary of the rising costs of prolonged easing.
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