BoJ’s Kuroda in line for second term

Haruhiko Kuroda
Haruhiko Kuroda: due for reappointment as BoJ governor

Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda is likely to be reappointed when his five-year term expires in early April, signalling continuity in the BoJ’s easing policy.

Major Japanese media, including Kyodo News and the Nikkei, reported the news based on sources close to the reappointment process over the weekend. Aside from Kuroda’s reappointment, Japan’s government is likely to promote BoJ executive director Masayoshi Amamiya to be a deputy governor, according to Jiji news agency and Mainichi

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