Nishimura says BOJ should keep reserve target

Bank of Japan policy maker Kiyohiko Nishimura said the BOJ should maintain its target for the amount of money it pumps into the economy as a revival of export-led growth cannot be relied on yet.

``Judging from recent economic indicators, we don't need to change monetary policy for now,'' Nishimura, 52, the newest of the bank's nine policy makers, said in an interview in Tokyo yesterday. There is ``a sizable uncertainty'' about overseas demand from countries such as China and the U.S.

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