Bank of Japan Going It Alone Risks Economic Pain

The Bank of Japan is holding its monetary policy meeting on July 20-21. It's expected to maintain its ultra-easy stance even as central banks around the world move to tighten money supply. NHK World's Yanaka Marie asked Mizuho Bank Chief Market Economist Karakama Daisuke and Nomura Research Institute Executive Economist Kiuchi Takahide what this may mean for Japan's economy.