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Corporate Japan achieved a rare feat in the fiscal year that ended last week. None of its almost 4,000 publicly-traded firms filed for bankruptcy protection.

Yet that’s no reason to celebrate, according to analysts who see easy credit conditions standing in the way of a much-needed, corporate restructuring to flush out failing companies and make room for new businesses.

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