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Japan lacks G-7 support for forex intervention, ex-finance official says

TOKYO -- Fellow Group of Seven nations would be unlikely to accept moves by Japan to stop the yen's appreciation under the current economic conditions, says a former Japanese Finance Ministry official in charge of currency policy.

Naoyuki Shinohara, former vice minister of finance for international affairs, spoke with The Nikkei about the Japanese currency's rise to around 106 yen to the dollar.

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