OECD endorses Japan's monetary easing, urges minimum wage hike

TOKYO The Bank of Japan should maintain quantitative easing until inflation exceeds its price target but it must be alert to the risks posed to asset prices and the financial sector, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said.
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