Japan won't resort to 'helicopter money': Finance Minister Aso

NEW YORK Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said there was no quick fix for the country’s tattered finances, shrugging off the chance the central bank would resort to “helicopter money” – or direct underwriting of public debt to fund government spending.
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