The Diet passed a bill Friday designed to bolster the functions of the state-run Resolution and Collection Corp. to help banks accelerate the disposal of bad loans by selling them to the RCC.

The House of Councilors approved the bill, which will amend the Financial Reconstruction Law. The House of Representatives had already endorsed the bill and the legislation is expected to take effect in January.

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