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Japanese Banks

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Because Japanese banks play a greater role in the allocation of domestic credit than do their American counterparts—of banks in most other industrialized countries—their financial well-being has strongly influenced the contours of Japan's economic recovery.

Suggested citation: “Japanese Banks,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 95-12, pp. 17, 12.01.1995.

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