Exclusive: Japanese, Chinese banks say rule changes may make their EU lending ‘unsustainable’ – letter

LONDON (Reuters) – The Japanese Bankers Association (JBA) and the China Banking Association (CBA) have joined forces to challenge proposed European Union regulations aimed at policing possible market risk posed by foreign lenders doing business in the bloc.
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