The central bank's deputy governor, Toshiro Muto, said in a speech in Tokyo on 3 July that unless interest rates were raised soon, it could cause "large swings in economic activity and inflation."
In addition, Muto's fellow board member, Kiyohiko Nishimura, said that it was "not a prudent strategy" to
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