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Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda on Monday warned of adverse impact of a prolonged supply-side constrains on Japan's exports and corporate profits.

"It is necessary to pay attention to a risk that, if supply-side constraints are prolonged globally by more than expected, this will bring about deceleration in overseas economies and cost increases and thereby negatively affect Japan's exports and corporate profit," Kuroda told business leaders in Nagoya City.

"As the spread of COVID-19 has subsided since September in Southeast Asia, production activity in the region has gradually resumed and the bottlenecks brought about by the supply-chain disruptions are expected to be resolved within the next few months," he said. Kuroda added that supply shortages from the surge in demand will eventually be resolved, but take a certain amount of time.

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