Japan reappoints Mori as top financial services regulator

TOKYO, July 4 Japan reappointed Nobuchika Mori, known for his sharp criticism of the financial services industry, as the country’s top financial regulator for a third consecutive term. The government said on Tuesday it appointed Mori, a 60-year-old career …
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