BOJ's Fukui sees slow rate rises

Bank of Japan governor Toshihiko Fukui said the central bank would raise interest rates slowly and would proceed without focusing on one particular economic indicator, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday 1 June.

"We still have absolutely no predetermined time at which we will move to raise rates from zero," Fukui said in an interview conducted on Wednesday.

It is important not to say that "a certain month's monetary policy meeting is of special significance, or that the release of an economic

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