Sushi groups merge to capitalise on Japan’s cheap dining trend

Both the Sushiro IPO and the merger, say bankers and other advisers involved in Japanese dealmaking, point to broader acceptance in the country about the use of private equity groups to restructure businesses and push consolidation in fragmented industries.
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