Management buyouts in Japan may increase as companies rush to fend off hostile takeovers, Carlyle Group’s top executive in the nation said.

“More corporate managers are seriously wondering if it’s worthwhile for their companies to remain public,” Tamotsu Adachi, Washington-based Carlyle’s Japan representative, said Wednesday.

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