• Bloomberg


The Bank of Japan’s flexible stance while it weighs the various risks to the economy is “appropriate,” Kazuhito Ikeo, the government’s nominee for the central bank’s Policy Board, said Tuesday.

“There are no major differences between my view and the Bank of Japan’s,” Ikeo, an economics professor at Keio University in Tokyo, told a Diet hearing.

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