Bank of Japan to mull ways to make stimulus sustainable amid weak inflation

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan will likely trim its inflation forecasts on Tuesday and consider changes to its massive stimulus programme to make it more sustainable, reflecting a growing recogni…
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