Japan’s competition watchdog at odds with financial sector over mergers

TOKYO — The rift is widening between Japan’s regional banks and the Japan Fair Trade Commission, even as the competition watchdog continues to deny it is hindering integration deals. The JFTC does not approve deals that would negatively impact customers …
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