The Bank of Japan (BoJ) Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said before the parliament on Friday that the central bank has no plans to add further stimulus measures, but he added that the central bank is ready to adjust its quantitative easing if needed.
"I don't have plans for further monetary easing at the moment. But we're ready to adjust policy without hesitation if there is any change in the broad price trend," he said.
Kuroda pointed out that inflation was improving.
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