TOKYO: Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday that the central bank would keep monetary easing in order to achieve its 2% inflation target accompanied by wage growth.

BOJ considering raising inflation forecasts to near 2% target

Speaking at a New-Year gathering of the Japanese bankers’ association, Kuroda said the economy would grow firmly and stably this year backed by accommodative monetary conditions although uncertainties remain such as inflation and the pandemic.


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