Japan Post takes first net loss since privatization

The 400.3 billion yen write-down, which saddled the postal group with its first net loss since the 2007 privatization, may have stymied plans to turn the real estate business into a growth engine by purchasing one of Japan’s biggest developers. The postal …
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