Slow crisis stalks Japan’s overstuffed banking industry

The history of the ATM includes a footnote in Asia: a Japanese company supposedly developed the first cash machine in the mid-1960s. Japan’s record of remarkable innovation is not apparent, however, when you enter its high street banks. Most have hardly …
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