TOKYO -- Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda said extra stimulus would be an option if prices refuse to keep rising toward the central bank's 2% inflation target.
The BOJ "will consider extra easing measures without hesitation" if the economy runs into a situation where momentum toward reaching stable inflation is lost, Kuroda said at a news conference on June 20 in Tokyo after keeping monetary policy unchanged.
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