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Economy

Japan's central bankers mull diminishing returns from bond buying

TOKYO -- Some in the Bank of Japan are growing anxious about continuing its massive purchases of government bonds, confronted with the program's negative side effects.

     Pressure from the financial industry is strengthening by the day, according to high-ranking officials at the central bank.

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