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Tokyo, Washington trade blows over yen intervention

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, left, and Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso are on opposite sides of the debate over currency intervention.   © Reuters

TOKYO/WASHINGTON -- Japan and the U.S. continue to clash over whether Tokyo should step in to dampen a strengthening yen, with Japan's addition to an American list of potential currency manipulators generating further friction.

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