Takenaka 'not dissatisfied' with BOJ's decision

JAPAN - Heizo Takenaka, state minister in charge of economic and fiscal policy, said 13 July he is "not dissatisfied" with the Bank of Japan's (BOJ) decision to keep monetary policy unchanged.

The government and central bank do not differ much in their assessments of the current economic situation, Takenaka said at a press conference after attending a second-day session of a two-day meeting of the BOJ's Policy Board to present the government's view.

The nine-member board unanimously decided to

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