A tax on major banks that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government introduced in fiscal 2000 will bring in revenues of 102.9 billion yen, 38.7 billion yen less than initially expected, metro government officials said Wednesday.

The revenues fell short of expectations of 141.6 billion yen because of the weak performance at major banks.

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