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Weaker yen crowd likes Japan finance ministry reshuffle

TOKYO -- The Finance Ministry announced July 4 a reshuffle of its senior officials. Tatsuo Yamasaki, who was involved in a large yen-selling intervention, was named vice minister of finance for international affairs. Some market experts say Yamasaki's appointment shows the government intends to fight yen appreciation.

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