PARIS – The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development proposed Tuesday that the Bank of Japan be allowed to purchase foreign assets as a way to relax its monetary policy.
“With the economy weakening, and a major program of structural reforms and fiscal consolidation expected to get under way, the BOJ can and must ease monetary policy further,” the OECD said in its annual report on the Japanese economy.
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