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 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Our regions accomplishments in reducing income poverty are now well recognized, but an immense task lies ahead of us,”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “As of now, the annual financial aid to India is in the range of one to 1.5 billion dollars a year. ADB will increase this to two to 2.25 billion dollars.”
 Yasunori Kuroda - “Investors are unwilling to buy bonds today. Everyone is cautious about good U.S. job data, staying alert for further gains in bond yields.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “We now have an explosion of new trade and investment incentives - currently 15 under implementation, close to 10 signed, more than 20 under negotiation and at least 16 more proposed.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “as I have always said, it is desirable for dollar-yen rates to trade in a stable manner.”
 Yasunori Kuroda - “I wouldn't hurry to buy bonds, as yields will probably keep rising as we wait. The advance in stocks is hurting demand for bonds.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “I am quite sure that in 100 years there will be much fewer currencies and central banks in the world.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Eight per cent growth is sustainable in the coming five years or more if infrastructure is improved and economic reforms are continued. The rate of growth can even be accelerated to 9-10 per cent.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “This is clearly the worst natural disaster in Pakistan's recent history. The images of ordinary citizens pulling friends and neighbors from the rubble will remain indelibly etched in our minds.”
 Yasunori Kuroda - “An announcement by the government that deflation is ending will mean a lot for bond investors. It will make it hard to buy bonds as there is a growing expectation deflation is really ending.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Our foreign exchange policy remains unchanged. Beyond that, I will not comment.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Minister Miyazawa told me that Japan's foreign exchange policy was unchanged, and that excessive weakness of the yen was undesirable for the Japanese economy as well as for the Asian and world economy,”
 Yasunori Kuroda - “Investors are reluctant to buy bonds before the price report and the BOJ meeting. I see a more than 50 percent chance for a policy shift next week.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “We will have on agenda faster growth perception. The economies are already growing fast and the meeting will discuss how ADB can assist in further accelerating this growth.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “For a Thai company this administrative cost could be huge.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Since the size of Japan's economy is huge-it is three times bigger than China's-even a two to three per cent rate could provide enough growth momentum. I mean not only China, India but also Japan will be engine of growth, so to speak, for Asia and globally.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “I think the Japanese economy has recovered and it can continue to grow by two to three percent (annually) in the next several years, although such growth is not so big compared with China or India.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “It is true to say China has enough, or more than enough foreign exchange reserves.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “The relationship between exchange rates and poverty reduction is not so direct, but a more flexible Chinese exchange rate would benefit Asia. It would make a difference.”
 Yasunori Kuroda - “It is hard to buy bonds when the central bank is getting more evidence to support their case for raising interest rates. Bond yields will rise to correspond with an end of deflation.”
 Yasunori Kuroda - “Bonds will likely stay weak. The economy is growing and the central bank plans to shift policy around April.”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Our regions accomplishments in reducing income poverty are now well recognized, but an immense task lies ahead of us,”
 Haruhiko Kuroda - “Our regions accomplishments in reducing income poverty are now well recognized, but an immense task lies ahead of us,”