Tame Japan inflation to push back BOJ’s stimulus exit plans – Reuters poll

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s central bank is likely to wait longer than initially expected to exit its super-easy stimulus, a Reuters poll of economists showed,, with almost half predicting that it won’t happen until 2020 or later given sluggish inflation.
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