IMF’s Furusawa sees BOJ taking back seat in next Japan recession

NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) – Fiscal policy will likely play a bigger role in spurring growth when Japan is hit by a next recession, as the Bank of Japan’s ultra-easy policy is already in full swing …
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