Japan warned on race to the bottom in bank profits

TOKYO — Japan has too many banks in urban centers and rural areas, forcing them to eke out far skimpier profits than their Western peers, the Bank of Japan writes in a paper published Monday. Japanese banks also take in less fee and commission income than …
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