The Bank of Japan has suspended the publication of the March 2011 issue of the Financial System Report, which is normally published every March and September.
In a brief statement, the bank said the delay was "due to the need for further analysis of the effects of the 2011 Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake".
When pressed for further detail, Kei Imakubo, who is part of the financial system research function at the Bank of Japan told CentralBanking.com he could "unfortunately" not expand on the cont
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