BOJ's Fukui says zero rate policy stays

Bank of Japan governor Toshihiko Fukui said on Sunday 8 May thatthe BOJ will maintain its fight against deflation despite favourable signs in the economy, but the current policy won't last indefinitely.

In an interview with Reuters, Fukui also said he wanted to see more flexibility in regulation surrounding China's economy but a flexible yuan currency is not a quick fix in correcting global imbalances.

"It will take time to end (the easy monetary policy) but there are no grounds to think this

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