Kuroda: BoJ will do "whatever it takes" to end deflation

08/21/2013 | City A.M. (London) · Market News International · Reuters

The Bank of Japan is ready to further ease monetary police and do "whatever it takes" to keep the nation from falling back into deflation, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda told Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shimbun. "If the economy does not recover so much and prices do not rise, compared to our commitment to achieve 2% inflation in two years and revitalise the economy, monetary policy will be adjusted," he said.

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