IMF Says Bank of Japan Should Stick to Path on Inflation Target

The Bank of Japan should remain committed to its unprecedented monetary stimulus in order to hit a still-distant price target, according to the International Monetary Fund. “Communication has to be simple and straightforward,” Odd Per Brekk, deputy …
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