Japan’s regional banks are struggling, but analysts like other parts of the sector

One segment of Japan’s banking sector is struggling to stay afloat — and the country’s shrinking population and ultra-low interest rates seem likely to prolong those lenders’ troubles. Regional banks — those mid- and small-sized lenders that mostly …
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