TOKYO, June 23 (Reuters) - Bank of Japan board members
agreed that the massive stimulus measures deployed by advanced
nations may help quicken the pace of recovery in Japanese and
global economies, minutes of their April policy-setting meeting
showed on Wednesday.
But the policymakers also shared the view that uncertainty
over the pace and effect of coronavirus vaccinations could weigh
on Japan's economic activity ahead, according to the minutes.
At the April meeting, the BOJ kept monetary settings intact
and projected that inflation will miss its 2% target well beyond
Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's current term ending in 2023.
(Reporting by Leika Kihara
Editing by Chang-Ran Kim)