Labor costs will soon rise, sending inflation toward BOJ’s 2% target, Kuroda says

“Many Japanese firms have raised wages for their employees but kept the prices of products and services unchanged,” Kuroda said in a speech to business leaders in Osaka. Businesses may be reluctant to raise prices because of concern that they will lose …
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