Dissenter Who Saw BOJ 2000 Misstep Warns Fed Not to Raise RatesBy and
Nakahara says Fed Board risks repeating Japan's mistakes
Fed should wait for steady wage rise before acting, he says
Nobuyuki Nakahara, who as a Bank of Japan board member voted against interest-rate increases in the early 2000s, said the U.S. Federal Reserve is at a risk of repeating Japan’s mistakes if it raises rates too soon.
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