Meeting with the Prime Minister of the Bank of Japan Exchange of views on global economic trends September 12 14:11
The BOJ President Kuroda met with Prime Minister Abe at the Prime Minister's office on the 12th and exchanged opinions on trends in the world economy.
The Bank of Japan President Kuroda visited the Prime Minister's office around noon on the 12th and had a meeting with Prime Minister Abe for about 40 minutes.
The meeting at the Prime Minister's official residence has been since February, and in addition to the current situation of the Japanese economy, we have exchanged opinions on the global economy, which has become more uncertain due to trade friction in the United States and China and the UK ’s withdrawal from the EU = European Union. That is.
The BOJ will hold a monetary policy meeting next week.
After the meeting, Governor Kuroda asked the reporter whether he had talked about monetary policy, saying, “I just repeated what I had said so far, and there was no special talk from the Prime Minister.”