The government decided Tuesday to allow the Financial Services Agency to conduct inspections of nine governmental financial institutions beginning in fiscal 2003, according to government officials.

The bodies that will be inspected include a new public corporation scheduled to be created to take over state-run postal services in 2003, the officials said.

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