How fragile is Japan"s banking sector?
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Published by Loughborough University Department of Economics] in [Loughborough, Leics .
Written in English


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Statementby Maximilian J.B. Hall.
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However, with the economy in Japan finally entering a recovery, most of these concerns have begun to ease, and Standard & Poor's outlook for the overall Japanese banking industry is now positive. Some, but not all banks provide English- language services. The Banking Act details the obligations and regulations for the banking sector, while the Financial Services Agency is the regulatory body. City banks. City banks (Toshi ginko) are the largest banks in Japan, providing domestic and international banking services. Headquartered in Tokyo. Banks. Japan's traditional banking system was segmented into clearly defined components in the late s: commercial banks (thirteen major and sixty-four smaller regional banks), long-term credit banks (seven), trust banks (seven), mutual loan and savings banks . The book was much broader, deeper and denser than I had expected. "Broader" in the scope of nations it studies -- substantial space is given to the development of the banking sector in the UK, USA, Canada, Mexico and Brazil, with further brief discussions on several more nations. I had been expecting a more-US-centric s:

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