Japan bank CEO quits over claims of $2.2 bn in bad loans

The head of a government-backed Japanese bank said Wednesday he would quit in response to an internal probe that found wide-ranging misconduct involving some $2.2 billion in shady loans. The report alleged that hundreds of employees at almost all of Shoko …
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