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MNI BRIEF: BOJ's Joint Statement With Govt 'Effective' -Kuroda

(MNI) Tokyo
(MNI) Tokyo

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda indicated on Monday that he sees no need to review the joint statement between the BOJ and the government made in January 2013, saying the statement on policy coordination is effective in achieving price stability target.

Kuroda told reporters that the BOJ continues to keep easy policy to achieve the 2% price target and the government conducts fiscal policy in a flexible manner.

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Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda indicated on Monday that he sees no need to review the joint statement between the BOJ and the government made in January 2013, saying the statement on policy coordination is effective in achieving price stability target.

Kuroda told reporters that the BOJ continues to keep easy policy to achieve the 2% price target and the government conducts fiscal policy in a flexible manner.

Keep reading...Show less