BoJ sees moderation in growth ahead


Japan's economic activity has continued to pick up, but at a more moderate pace, mainly due to effects of a slowdown in overseas economies, according to the Bank of Japan's latest report – Recent Economic and Financial Developments – published on Friday.

The report, based on data and information available at the time of the Bank of Japan Monetary Policy Meeting held on November 15 and 16, said Japan's economy will face an adverse effect on exports from the slowdown in overseas economies and the

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