Japanese banks urged to tackle falling profits through cooperation

The new chief of a main lobby group for Japan’s banking sector has urged Japanese banks to exhaust all means – from mergers to informal tie-ups – to address the issue of declining profitability. According to Koji Fujiwara, chairman of the Japanese …
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