Japan orders scandal-hit Suruga Bank to halt new property loans for 6 months

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) said on Friday it had ordered Suruga Bank, a midsized bank mired in a lending scandal, to stop making new loans for property investments for s…
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