You don’t have to like Liberal Democratic Party leader Shinzo Abe, but the veteran Japanese politician’s Facebook page is sure getting lots of attention.
That’s because he used the social media site this week as an outlet to clarify his series of controversial statements on monetary policy.
Did he or did he not say the Bank of Japan should directly buy construction bonds? Check his Facebook page. Indeed, Mr. Abe took the unusual step of directing reporters to his wall of posts on Wednesday where he had posted the answer the previous night.
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