Japan Inc. frets about a possible ‘Bank of Amazon’

Federal laws restrict nonfinancial companies from moving into the banking sector. In Japan, though, the legal path is unobstructed. Seven & I Holdings, the parent of Seven-Eleven Japan, and Rakuten, J…
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