Japan regulator to step up checks on struggling regional banks

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s financial regulator will step up scrutiny of the country’s struggling regional banks, it said on Friday, as it aims to force lenders straining for profitability to shore up potentially risky business models. The Financial Services …
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