Kuroda notes support for BoJ monetary easing to boost inflation

03/3/2013 | Reuters · NHK World (Japan) · Bloomberg

Haruhiko Kuroda, who has been nominated to run the Bank of Japan, says the central bank isn't buying enough assets to end deflation and raise the inflation rate to 2% within two years. "It would be natural for the BoJ to buy longer-dated government bonds in huge amounts," he said during a parliamentary confirmation hearing.

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