In the media | 28 Jul 2023

CNBC: The Bank of Japan is preparing for both upside and downside risks, economist says

Shigeto-Nagai

Shigeto Nagai

Head of Japan Economics

Tokyo

Shigeto Nagai, Head of Japan Economics at Oxford Economics, joins CNBC to discuss the BoJ’s decision to make its yield curve control policy more flexible.

Watch the interview below:

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