BOJ Suggests Japanese Banks Have Too Many Employees, Branches

“The low profitability of Japanese financial institutions is striking from an international perspective,” the Bank of Japan said in its twice-yearly financial system report. The number of employees and branches “may be in excess relative to demand …
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