Bank of Japan’s Kuroda: no rate hike ‘for an extended time’ – paper

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan is unlikely to raise interest rates for “quite some time” and recent steps to make policy more flexible is not preparation for policy normalization, governor Haruhi…
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