BOJ governor Fukui's first year

Toshihiko Fukui completed his first year as governor of the Bank of Japan on Saturday 20 March . This article looks at Fukui's first year as governor of the BOJ and says he has made a difference in dealing with the government and the ruling parties. Unlike his predecessor, it says, he has maintained a smooth relationship with them.

BOJ governor Fukui's first year

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