BoJ Outlook for economic activity & prices, Oct 06

The Bank of Japan published the English version of its October 2006 Outlook for economic activity and prices report on 1 November. In the report the BOJ kept to its stance that it will raise interest rates gradually, warning of the risk that very low rates, if prolonged, could increase swings in the economy.

In a twice-yearly outlook report on the economy and prices, the central bank said it expected Japan's economy to achieve sustainable growth with stable prices.

The BOJ's outlook report

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