Japanese banks: Zombies beware - The Economist

Japanese banks: Zombies beware

Japanese banks: Zombies beware - The Economist
Japanese banks: Zombies beware
Published Aug 14, 2004
587 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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A big merger comes as Japan's banks get tougher on big borrowers HELP is on the way for UFJ, Japan's fourth-biggest lender, but it will have to leave some friends behind. This week, UFJ and other lenders ignored howls from Daiei, a big...

  
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