BoJ announces details of monetary policy review

Central bank plans to engage with experts, business leaders and public over policy framework

Bank of Japan
The Bank of Japan

The Bank of Japan unveiled details of how it will conduct its monetary policy review, including seeking responses from foreign experts and the country’s citizens.

In April, governor Kazuo Ueda announced a “broad perspective” review of monetary easing measures over the past 25 years. The review is expected to last for 12 to 18 months. The BoJ will look at how its unconventional monetary policy measures interacted with economic activity, it said in a statement on July 14.

It will also analyse

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