Ashikaga Implodes

January 2004
J@pan Inc.;Jan2004, Issue 51, p6
Reports on the collapse of the banking system of Ashikaga as of January 2003. Critical differences between the nationalization of Ashikaga and the partial state seizure of Resona in May; Amount of the bailout of Ashikaga.


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