Japan Post chief sees bright future beyond mail services

“The IPO was indeed a great step for us — like a ship departing from a harbor to embark on an ocean voyage,” Nagato, 69, said during a recent interview with The Japan Times at the postal giant’s headquarters in Tokyo’s Kasumigaseki distric
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