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Quantitative tightening not weighing on loan demand

The Bank of Japan’s assets are falling for the first time since it embraced large-scale easing a decade ago, as banks are repaying emergency funds they borrowed during the pandemic. However, this is not holding back an acceleration in credit to pre-pandemic rates of growth.

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