The government may allow the new Japan International Cooperation Agency and a new public financial entity, both involving the consolidation of state-backed financial bodies, to have the same executives, according to sources.

The government wants to maintain the link between official development assistance and the international financing done by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation after the breakup of JBIC, the sources said Wednesday.

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