Japan’s economic growth is slowing “for the time being” as housing investment declines, Bank of Japan Gov. Toshihiko Fukui said Friday.
The economy will regain momentum because a cycle of profits feeding into wages and consumer spending, while “weakening temporarily,” remains intact, Fukui told a parliamentary committee. “We’ll closely examine both upside and downside risks and try to implement policy appropriately.”
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