Ex-BOJ Fukui warns policy shift has dangers

TOKYO - The Bank of Japan's (BOJ) recent adoption of a radically different easy money policy risks driving the yen to excessively low levels and, worse, could set a profligate government on the path to fiscal bankruptcy, a former deputy governor of the central bank said in an interview.

ARTICLE - Toshihiko Fukui - seen as the leading candidate to succeed Governor Masaru Hayami after media reports that the central bank chief will resign soon - wrote in the English-language newspaper Nikkei Week

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