Bank of Japan Weighs Policy Response as Economy Faces Recession Again

Japan’s central bank might review its unconventional policies in the face of a looming recession, as a likely economic contraction in 1Q18 – if confirmed – would snap the nation’s longest period of GDP growth since the 1980s bubble economy.
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