Japan raising up to $11.6 billion in postal giant share sale

Japan Post shares have not performed particularly well, hanging below their 1,400 yen IPO price. Tokyo: Japan said on Monday that it expects to raise more than USD 11.6 billion by selling off another chunk of the country’s massive postal service.
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