A key government panel will discuss the impact on private financial institutions when it addresses the reform of government-affiliated financial bodies in September, economy chief Heizo Takenaka said Friday.

Under its structural economic reform plan, the government aims to create a financial system in which the private sector plays a bigger role than it does now, said Takenaka, minister in charge of economic and fiscal policy.

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