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Japan maintains warning on weak yen, vows G7 contact on any action

Japan will closely communicate with the United States and other Group of Seven countries in any actions it takes in response to a rapidly weakening yen, Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said on Tuesday.

Suzuki made the remarks as the Japanese currency hovered around 20-year lows against the dollar, stoking worries about boosting the cost of living to households.

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