BoJ deputy urges collaboration to tackle issues of ageing population


Bank of Japan deputy governor Kiyohiko Nishimura has appealed for market participants and policy-makers to take the economic consequences of the country's ageing demographic more seriously. He said the current lack of attention on the issue could have "unpleasant and in some cases grave consequences".

Nishimura told an audience in Tokyo today (November 14) that tackling the economic challenges of Japan's ageing population will require cross-industry and cross-border co-ordination. "Financial

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