Japanese banks open to extending yen credit to Malaysia

PUTRAJAYA: Several Japanese banking institutions are receptive towards extending yen credit in the form of soft loans to Malaysia, said Japanese ambassador to Malaysia Dr Makio Miyagawa. He said the Japanese prime minister sent a “clear-cut” message …
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