Interview - Toshihiko Fukui, former dep gov of BoJ

INTERVIEW - The Bank of Japan will maintain a bias toward easing monetary policy to avert any concerns of tightening liquidity in financial markets and promote expectations of a stable financial environment, a front-runner in the race to be the next BOJ governor forecast Wednesday.

But former BOJ deputy governor Toshihiko Fukui, speaking in an interview with Dow Jones Newswires, played down expectations that the BOJ would scrap any time soon its limit on holdings of government bonds as part of

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