Japan denies US warning was behind forex halt

A senior Japanese Finance Ministry official on Thursday 6 May denied speculation that Japan halted intervention in the foreign exchange market in April because of warnings against the operations from the United States.

"We do not make decisions (on intervention) because of views of other nations," Hiroshi Watanabe, director general of the ministry's International Bureau, told reporters.

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