"Far from clouding the outlook, it would be a sign Japan has come full circle -- from the crises and deflation of the 1990s to the 3 percent growth of today," it says.
"The real reason the BOJ should raise rates at least a bit isn't because inflation is a risk; it's because Japan needs to kick its addiction to free money," it says.
"A BOJ mo
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