Current Weak Yen Not Good for Japan’s Economy: Nakao

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Mizuho Research Institute Chairman and former Japanese Vice Finance Minister for International Affairs Takehiko Nakao discusses the weakness in the yen, the Japanese economy and what he thinks the BOJ should do. He speaks on Bloomberg Television.

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