TOKYO -- The Bank of Japan's experiment with negative interest rates will take time to work, argues the new head of the Japanese Bankers Association, expressing support for a policy that he acknowledges will hurt lenders' earnings in the short run.
"Interest rates have declined overall, and with time, it will have the effect of rousing consumption and investment," Takeshi Kunibe told The Nikkei.
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