Japan won’t set uniform restrictions on regional bank bond holdings-Aso

TOKYO, June 13 Japan has no plan to set a one-size-fits-all rule restricting regional banks from holding government bonds, Taro Aso, minister in charge of financial regulation, said on Tuesday. A new regulatory framework under consideration by the …
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