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A U.S. asset management firm is suspected of mishandling the funds of thousands of Japanese clients in a debacle that could add up to losses of more than ¥130 billion, sources familiar with the matter said Friday.

The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission raided the Tokyo office of Nevada-based MRI International Inc. and other related locations in the afternoon for evidence for prosecutors.

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