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Abundant cash no remedy for Japan's deflation

TOKYO -- The Bank of Japan's dogged effort to spur inflation through massive monetary easing has failed to yield the intended effect so far, with consumer prices stuck in a downward trend.

Japan's monetary base topped 400 trillion yen ($3.9 trillion) for the first time at the end of June, reaching 403 trillion yen, BOJ documents released Monday show.

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