Fukui says BOJ will end policy when conditions met

The Bank of Japan is hoping to end its quantitative monetary policy as soon as all the conditions laid down for its removal are met, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun quoted BoJ Governor Toshihiko Fukui as telling upper house's financial affairs committee.

The business daily said Fukui reiterated the central bank's position that it will change the policy only when all its criteria for doing so are met. The critical condition is that year-on-year changes in nationwide core consumer prices have

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