The Cabinet on March 17 approved a 1.42 trillion yen injection of public funds into 17 major banks ahead of the March 31 end of the fiscal year.

The injection, in the form of either subordinated loans or subordinated bonds to be made or bought by Deposit Insurance Corp. through the Resolution and Collection Bank, is aimed at boosting the financial firms’ capital bases before they close their books.

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