The Bank of Japan will keep buying government bonds in the same amount and at the same frequency for some time, but economic “uncertainty” necessitates flexibility in setting interest rates, acting BOJ Gov. Masaaki Shirakawa said Tuesday.
Shirakawa told lawmakers in Tokyo that the purpose of the bond purchases — ¥1.2 trillion in government debt every month — is not to support fiscal policy.
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