The Bank of Japan's Governor Kuroda met with Prime Minister Kishida for the first time since the inauguration of the Kishida Cabinet on the 4th.

After the meeting, Governor Kuroda revealed that he had expressed his intention to continue the current large-scale monetary easing toward achieving the 2% inflation target.

The Bank of Japan's Governor Kuroda met with Prime Minister Kishida at the Prime Minister's Office from around noon on the 4th, and exchanged opinions on monetary policy and domestic and overseas economic conditions.



This is the first time that Governor Kuroda has met with Prime Minister Kishida since the inauguration of the Kishida Cabinet.



After the meeting, Governor Kuroda told reporters, "The other day, I met with Minister of Finance Suzuki and Minister of Economic Revitalization Yamagiwa to reaffirm the joint statement of the government and the Bank of Japan in January 2013." Said.



On top of that, Governor Kuroda said, "Although the number of newly infected people with the new corona is decreasing rapidly, support for monetary policy will continue until March next year. Furthermore, we are aiming for a price stability target of 2%. So-called yield curve control will continue even after the corona infection has subsided. " He revealed that he had conveyed his intention to continue the monetary easing policy.

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