Some in BOJ warned Japan’s recovery might be delayed
TOKYO (Reuters) – A few Bank of Japan policymakers said a full-fledged recovery in the economy might be delayed somewhat, minutes of the bank’s July policy meeting showed on Tuesday.
Minutes showed that one member said that the BOJ should be aware of China’s potential slowdown in economic growth.
On July 15-16, the BOJ maintained monetary policy but cut its forecast for growth this year due to emergency controls in place to counter the effects of the Coronarivus pandemic.
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