Haruhiko Kuroda’s appointment as Bank of Japan governor in 2013 drew global acclaim. Many believed he had the prescription for ending the nation’s economic malaise. Six years on his credibility is eroded and the bank is struggling to find a way forward. In a Special Report, Reuters examines how Japan turned against its ‘bazooka’-wielding central bank chief.
Reuters Special Report: How Japan turned against its central bank chief
17 June 2019, 12:00 am. 1 minute
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