This time, even the perennially hawkish Atsushi Mizuno, who has backed a rate rise at the past five meetings, opted for a rate hold.
Thursday's decision is the tenth rate hold in a row, following the increase in February. And the chance of rate rises in the near future have faded further as the central bank's monthly report said that growth "see
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