Japan's Banks Are Shopping Around
A feature of the subprime-fueled financial crisis that has engulfed many of world's banks in recent months has been the stability of Japan's banks. Unlike Western rivals, Japan's banks have posted relatively small subprime-related losses, prompting some skeptics to suggest the Japanese were repeating the sins of the 1990s and hiding losses (BusinessWeek.com, 2/21/08).
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