Speaking at a Federal Reserve conference in Chicago on Friday, Nishimura noted that both the development of and the policy response to both Japan's and America's financial crises were very similar.
"In both countries the problem had its root cause in the housing markets," Nishimura said. "We then saw an adverse feedback loop
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