Japan’s financial watchdog to ease up on banks

TOKYO — Japan’s financial watchdog is preparing to ease its stringent … had gathered in Tokyo in May for the annual meeting of the Institute of International Finance. “From now on, however, we need to look at the overall performance of the vehicle.”
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