BoJ’s Shirai considers eurozone impact on Japan


Sayuri Shirai, a member of the Bank of Japan's Policy Board, gave a speech on June 9 discussing the impact of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis on Japan.

Speaking at the 77th Meeting of the Society for the Economic Studies of Securities, Shirai examined the current situation in the eurozone and set out three main channels through which the Japanese economy was affected, namely international trade, finance and exchange rates.

Shirai said the impact was being felt most strongly through the

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