According to a story carried by the Japanese news agency, the Nikkei Asian Review, the Japanese government is considering a slight downgrade in its monthly report for March, in response to falling exports, factory output amid slowing Chinese demand.
This comes just a day ahead of the Bank of Japan (BOJ) monetary policy decision announcement due on Friday, where markets are expecting the central bank to downgrade its production and export assessment.
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