BoJ expected to counter overseas monetary policy, minutes reveal

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The Japanese government representatives sitting in Bank of Japan (BoJ) policy meetings on October 4 and 5 said the central bank is "expected" to respond to downside risks to the Japanese economy, including effects that could arise from monetary policies conducted overseas in the US, Europe and emerging economies.

The Japanese government is often represented at BoJ policy meetings, typically by the representatives of the ministry of finance, but they were joined by Seiji Maehara, minister for

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