The Bank of Japan thinks protecting its own balance sheet is more important than ending...
The Bank of Japan thinks protecting its own balance sheet is more important than ending deflation and spurring growth, says Heizo Takenaka, the former minister who led a clean-up of the nation’s banks. Economists have recently raised questions about the consistency of BOJ's policies.
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