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Japan's borrowing plan may put strain on BOJ.

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It is expected that Japan's record borrowing plan may put pressure on the Bank of Japan.

The Japanese government had said that it was planning to sell more than USD100bn in debt in the next 12 months to finance an economic stimulus plan. This move is expected to put pressure on the Bank of Japan to buy more government bonds.

The stimulus plan was unveiled by the government, which acknowledged that the economy was in a crisis. It would include JPY15.4tn of new spending.

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