Japanese bank to cut branches, staff

As part of efforts to stimulate profitability, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, the largest lender in Japan, is planning to cut the number of its branches by up to 20%, according to a source. The bank currently runs a network of 482 branches. But because …
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