"With regard to an end to the Bank of Japan's quantitative super-loose policy framework, we will carefully monitor economic and price conditions and then, based on our commitment linked to the CPI, will make an appropriate decision," Muto told the financial and fiscal affairs committee of the upper house of the Diet.
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