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A Greek lesson

25 April 2013 By Andy Mukherjee

The Bank of Japan may raise its inflation forecast closer to its 2 percent goal. But wrong prophecies can bring discredit. Rather than trying to be Delphi’s oracle, the BOJ could mimic the Greek hero by tying its hands until the temptation to tighten policy too soon has passed.

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