administrative guidance


administrative guidance
administrative guidance (Japan) BANK, ECON staatliche Ausrichtung f; (infrml) Seelenmassage f; moralischer Appell m, Maßhalteappell m, Appell m an die Vernunft (informal method of achieving the BoJ’s objectives; synonymous in the UK: moral suasion; USA: jawboning)

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