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Taiwan’s Chinatrust in talks to buy Tokyo bank—report

Jeffrey L.S. Koo, CEO of the Taiwanese banking group Chinatrust smiles during the opening ceremony of its first branch in Vietnam held 02 August 2002 in the Vietnamese southern metropole Ho Chi Minh-City. AFP FILE PHOTO

Taiwan’s Chinatrust Commercial Bank is in talks to take over a regional Japanese bank in what would be the first such foreign acquisition, a report said Sunday.

Posted: December 30th, 2012 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

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