Regulatory battle heats up over future of Japan’s regional banks

Shinwa Bank. But the Fair Trade Commission (FTC), Japan’s antitrust watchdog, has objected to the takeover since 2016 on the grounds that the merged entity would control about 70 percent of the lending market in Nagasaki, which it says would limit …
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