Mizuno acknowledged that the economy was set for a "somewhat prolonged" slowdown. But he said that at 0.5%, the central bank's benchmark rate was already "very accommodative" and that recent history indicated that further cuts were unlikely to have a significant impact.
"It's uncertain how much support can be added by
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