Atsushi Mizuno, a member of the Bank of Japan Policy Board, downplayed on Thursday the need for the central bank to cut interest rates.
“It’s uncertain how much support can be added by a rate cut, given that Japan’s economy has become unresponsive to rate changes after borrowing costs were kept low for more than a decade,” Mizuno said in a speech in Oita.
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