Japanese banks: Question of trust - The Economist

Japanese banks: Question of trust

Japanese banks: Question of trust - The Economist
Japanese banks: Question of trust
Published Aug 07, 2004
731 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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Why does everyone want to marry the hapless UFJ? THE fate of UFJ Holdings, smallest, weakest and worst-run of Japan's four giant banks, is developing along unusual lines. Unusual for Japan, that is. Its merger plans are being contested--through...

  
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