Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a World Economic Forum meeting in Tokyo Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Japan's central bank ended a two-day policy meeting Tuesday with an upbeat assessment for the world's No. 3 economy and a pledge to persist with its aggressive monetary easing policies aimed at ending years of growth-sapping deflation. The stronger assessment followed a revision of data to show growth recovered to 4.1 percent in January-March, raising hopes that Abe's heavy-spending recovery strategy may be helping end a two-decade-long slump. (AP Photo/Yasuaki Sako, Pool) JAPAN POOL, JAPAN OUT

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a World Economic Forum meeting in Tokyo Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Japan's central bank ended a two-day policy meeting Tuesday with an upbeat assessment for the world's No. 3 economy and a pledge to persist with its aggressive monetary easing policies aimed at ending years of growth-sapping deflation. The stronger assessment followed a revision of data to show growth recovered to 4.1 percent in January-March, raising hopes that Abe's heavy-spending recovery strategy may be helping end a two-decade-long slump. (AP Photo/Yasuaki Sako, Pool) JAPAN POOL, JAPAN OUT
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a World Economic Forum meeting in Tokyo Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Japan's central bank ended a two-day policy meeting Tuesday with an upbeat assessment for the world's No. 3 economy and a pledge to persist with its aggressive monetary easing policies aimed at ending years of growth-sapping deflation. The stronger assessment followed a revision of data to show growth recovered to 4.1 percent in January-March, raising hopes that Abe's heavy-spending recovery strategy may be helping end a two-decade-long slump. (AP Photo/Yasuaki Sako, Pool) JAPAN POOL, JAPAN OUT
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