The government plans to appoint writer Ayako Sono as an external board member of Japan Post Holdings Co., which will form a new management team after President Yoshifumi Nishikawa steps down Wednesday, sources said.
Sono was picked to contribute to the revision of Japan Post’s privatization from a postal services user’s viewpoint, the sources said Monday.
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