The secretary-general of the leading opposition Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan on Tuesday criticized former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for calling the Bank of Japan a “government subsidiary.”
Abe made the remark when referring to the BOJ’s purchases of Japanese government bonds through money market operations at a meeting in Oita on Monday.
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