Call for further anti-deflation measures from BoJ

Heizo Takenaka has called for further anti-deflation steps to be taken at the Bank of Japan's next meeting in early April. Takenaka said on Sunday that increasing the volume of money supply would be an important step for the central bank to cope with deflation.

Source: Asahi Shimbun

Japan's top financial regulator Heizo Takenaka dropped a subtle hint Sunday to policymakers at the Bank of Japan: he said he hoped they would take further anti-deflation steps at a key meeting scheduled in early April

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