Japan faces financial crisis with banks struggling to eke out profit

Tokyo — Japanese banks lag behind their global counterparts in boosting profitability as they compete for dwindling lending opportunities in a shrinking market, the country’s central bank said on Monday. Prolonged ultra-loose monetary policy has …
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