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One major challenge facing policymakers will likely be a shift to solvency from the initial liquidity support, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday in opening remarks at the 2021 BOJ-IMES (Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies) Conference Hosted by the Institute for Monetary and Economic Studies.
Policymakers also face additional challenges from "economic inequality that has become even more apparent during this health crisis, and the response to increasing worldwide concerns over climate change," he added.
"Likewise, the nature of the policy responses will also shift from temporary first aid measures to medium- to long-term structural policies," Kuroda said, noting that such factors "will in part shape the post-pandemic new normal, although exactly how remains to be seen."
"One thing for certain, however, is that the world we live in will not be the same as that before the pandemic," Kuroda said.