Regarding the contribution of the Ministry of Finance's Secretary-General Yano to a monthly magazine criticizing the policy debate over the economic measures of the new coronavirus, Mr. Sakurada, the secretary-general of the Keizai Doyukai, said, "I fully agree with what is written." He acknowledged that there is no problem with the factual content.
In an article contributed to the monthly magazine "Bungei Haruaki" released last week, Vice-Minister of Finance Yano criticized the policy debate over the economic measures of the new coronavirus and complained that the national finance could collapse as it is. I did.
Regarding this, Mr. Sakurada, the secretary-general of the Keizai Doyukai, said at a regular press conference on the 12th, "I am 100% in favor of what is written in the article, and I think it is a fact."
On top of that, "In common sense, we can't leave the country with the most government debt in the world. Some can issue government bonds in their own currency, and even digest the government bonds domestically and inflate. Some say it's okay if it doesn't happen, but I can't trust the story, and it's irresponsible to force the country to take risks, "he said. Shown.Keywords: