Japan unveils bridge bank plan
Former Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa (standing)
addresses a joint session of government and ruling Liberal Democratic
Party (LDP) leaders called Thursday July 2 to adopt a bridge bank
plan aimed to salvage the country's financial system by speeding up
disposal of bad loans. Miyazawa chairs a special LDP panel set up to
study financial reform. Seated on the right side are Prime Minister
Ryutaro Hashimoto (2nd from right) and his cabinet members.
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