Japan's Shinsei Bank to enter unsecured loan business in Vietnam

TOKYO — Japan’s Shinsei Bank is entering the unsecured loan business in Vietnam, attracted by the country’s strong economic growth and young, expanding middle class. For the undertaking, Shinsei will invest in a unit of major local player Military …
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