Japan’s top banks lay out cost-cutting plans amid lending gloom

Japanese banks have been hit by diminishing returns on loans with the Bank of Japan aggressively driving down interest rates to combat deflationary pressures. BOJ recently said it would maintain its stimulus programme with inflation still quite far from a …
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