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New Bank of Japan Governor has toughest central bank job going

New Bank of Japan Governor has toughest central bank job going

Updated 18 March 2013, 16:20 AEST

Japan's new central Bank governor has one of the hardest jobs in the world of finance.

Haruhiko Kuroda has been confirmed in the role and has the task of turning around the Japanese economy.

Fresh from the top job at the Asian Development Bank the experienced Mr Kuroda has all the right credentials.

Observers say Mr Kuroda will also need the stomach for a fight.

Correspondent: Karon Snowdon

Speaker: Andrew Horden, Regional Economist with IMA Asia

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