Comment: 'A matter for the BoJ'

Comments made by influential Japanese politicians over the weekend and on Monday suggest that the government will no longer stand in the Bank of Japan's way as it departs from its super-loose policy of "quantitative easing".


The central bank has been suggesting that it could stop providing excess liquidity in the new fiscal year, which starts in April this year. This has rattled government officials, who fret over the potential fragility of the economic recovery. More

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