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Next BOJ Governor Faces a ‘Job From Hell,’ Kuroda Critic Says

  • Lawmaker says there’s no exit plan for unprecedented easing
  • Kuroda should stay on to take responsibility, Fujimaki says
Takeshi Fujimaki
Takeshi FujimakiPhotographer: Junko Kimura

The next governor of the Bank of Japan faces a "job from hell."

That’s according to Takeshi Fujimaki, a banker-turned-lawmaker who sees any attempt by Japan’s central bank to exit its program of unprecedented easing as triggering a Greek-like debt crisis.