Tokyo envisions bright future as world financial hub

TOKYO — Tokyo’s road map for becoming a global financial hub would slash taxes and dismantle regulatory hurdles, aiming to draw in 40 foreign companies by fiscal 2020 and support the national economy for years to come. Gov. Yuriko Koike will present …
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