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TOKYO (MNI) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda Friday met with Prime
Minister Shinzo Abe to exchange views on current economic conditions and
financial market developments, including their outlook, a BOJ official said.
The details of about one-hour meeting at the prime minister's official
residence are unknown. The last similar meeting was held on June 5, 2018.
The discussions were likely to focus on downside risks to Japan's economy
and prices, and the overall global economy.
Financial markets have calmed recently, although the volatility in global
markets increased in late 2018 extending through into early 2019.
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