Japan aims to raise around $12bn in postal giant share sale

Last year state-owned Kyushu Railway made its trading debut after raising some 416 billion yen in an IPO. Tokyo sold shares in the struggling regional railway, better known as JR Kyushu, in hopes of attracting big-saving Japanese households as part of …
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