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Asia Documents | 16 March 2018 Kuroda Prepares Parliament to Foot the BoJ's Exit Bill
Governor Kuroda dropped further hints in speeches earlier this week that interest rates will be going up. He discussed methods of exit, in loose terms.

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16 March 2018 Kuroda Prepares Parliament to Foot the BoJ's Exit Bill

By Freya Beamish

Governor Kuroda dropped further hints in speeches earlier this week that interest rates will be going up. He discussed methods of exit, in loose terms.

Posted: 15th Mar 2018 in 'Asia Documents'

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