WASHINGTON – Financial affairs minister Hakuo Yanagisawa on Wednesday told IMF Managing Director Horst Koehler that Japan will accept an investigation into its financial sector.
Emerging from a meeting here with Koehler, Yanagisawa told reporters that the Financial Services Agency will hold working-level talks with the International Monetary Fund on when and how to conduct the investigation, known as the Financial Sector Assessment Program.
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