Japan government picks banker, reflationist economist for BOJ board

TOKYO Japan’s government nominated a reflation-minded economist and an executive from a megabank which has been critical of radical monetary easing to join the central bank’s nine-member board, in a choice seen as maintaining the status quo on monetary policy.
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