Bank of Japan Gov. Masaru Hayami said again Tuesday that the protection of bank deposits should be kept to a minimum to uphold moral standards within the banking industry.

Speaking at a news conference, the central bank chief declined to comment specifically on the government’s plan to devise measures to ensure the stability of financial settlements in the lead up to the imposition of a 10 million yen refund cap beginning April 1.

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