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Japan PM Kishida calls for BOJ efforts to hit inflation target

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Economy18 minutes ago (Dec 23, 2021 02:42AM ET)

Japan PM Kishida calls for BOJ efforts to hit inflation target © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida speaks before the media at his official residence as an extraordinary Diet session was closed, in Tokyo, Japan December 21, 2021. Yoshikazu Tsuno/Pool via REUTERS

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Thursday he hoped the central bank continues to make efforts to achieve its 2% inflation target and work closely with the government on economic policy.

“Japan’s economy can restore healthy growth by ensuring the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy and the government’s fiscal policy work hand in hand,” Kishida told a seminar.

“That’s why it’s important for the two sides to coordinate and communicate closely together,” he said.

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