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Bank of Japan Governor Kazuo Ueda played down the importance of wages or any single economic dataset as a trigger for policy change Thursday in his first group media interview since assuming his role last month. Ueda remarked, "the key point for our policy decisions is whether inflation will rise in a stable and sustainable manner at 2%."
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