Japan needs ‘strong accommodative’ monetary policy ‘for some time,’ says BOJ’s Kuroda

Monetary police should remain accommodative until Japan hits 2 percent inflation, the country’s central bank chief, Haruhiko Kuroda, told CNBC this weekend. He said he expects to reach that goal in fiscal 2019, warning that “risks are skewed to the downside.”
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