The Bank of Japan on Friday dismissed Yasuyuki Yoshizawa, former chief manager of the Capital Markets Division of the Credit and Market Management Department, due to a bribery charge against him.

The BOJ made the decision as Yoshizawa admitted to the charge to central bank officials, who met with him and his lawyer earlier in the day, said Takayuki Kamoshida, an executive director.

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