Japan Shouldn't Raise Sales Tax, Every Says
Sept. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Every, head of financial markets research for Asia-Pacific at Rabobank International, talks about the Japanese government's economic policies and their implications for the nation's growth, stocks and currency. Every also discusses Federal Reserve monetary policy. He speaks in Hong Kong with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." (Source: Bloomberg)
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