BOJ Suda - Weak yen is remedy to stop price falls

JAPAN - Bank of Japan board member Miyako Suda said Monday she believes a weak yen is an appropriate remedy to stop Japan's price declines.

"A weak yen resulting from Japan's structural reforms would be a decisive remedy to cope with weak prices," Suda, the central bank's second-newest board member, told a news conference after a speech north of Tokyo.

Suda said the foreign exchange market is determined by various factors, such as the current account balance and the interest rate gap between co

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