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World news about “Japan” published by euronews.

31/10 15:15 CET

Bank of Japan forced to boost stimulus as economy flounders

Bank of Japan forced to boost stimulus as economy flounders

In a shock move, Japan's central bank has announced it is expanding its massive stimulus spending, buying more bonds and printing the money to do that. It was a stark admission that economic growth and inflation have not picked up as much as expected, held back by April's sales…