Japan's Bank Bailout: Just a Start

October 1998
National Journal;10/17/98, Vol. 30 Issue 42, p2426
Focuses on the Japanese Diet's approval of a bank rescue package to relieve the Japanese economy of massive debts. Amount that the banking legislation would provide; Weakness of the legislation; How the bank bailout would be administered.


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