Heads of three debt-collection organs asked Finance Minister Hiroshi Mitsuzuka for continued support July 25 in their loan-reclaiming efforts, ministry officials said.

They also discussed the establishment of a governmental debt-collection unit in the future. During a morning meeting, Kohei Nakabo, president of Housing Loan Administration Corp., Noboru Matsuda, head of Deposit Insurance Corp., and Shigeru Mizuno, president of the Resolution and Collection Bank, briefed Mitsuzuka on the performances of their institutions.

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