• Kyodo


The Bank of Japan started a two-day policy meeting Thursday at which it is expected to debate whether to raise its opinion on the Japanese economy.

The nine-member Policy Board is expected to leave its monetary easing policy intact after delaying the deadline for achieving its 2 percent inflation target to around the first half of fiscal 2016, in light of the drop in crude oil prices and weak consumption.

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