The Bank of Japan's Toshikatsu Fukuma was upbeat about the nation's economic outlook, reiterating the bank's official view that the economy is "recovering gradually."
"A sustainable recovery is in sight," he told business leaders in Nagasaki, southwestern Japan.
Fukuma, a former trading company executive, said the bank was commit
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