Bank Mergers in Japan Become a Question of Avoiding ‘Extinction’

Daisan and Mie Bank are among competitors that are combining Hiroshi Iwama and Mitsunori Watanabe used to joke about merging their banks in central Japan. When the Bank of Japan introduced negative interest rates last year, things got serious. The two …
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