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Japan’s financial regulators are considering on-site inspections of regional banks that do not have sufficient steps in place against money laundering, sources with knowledge of the plan said Wednesday.

If financial institutions fail to beef up anti-money laundering efforts, the Financial Services Agency may take administrative action, such as issuing a business improvement order, according to the sources.

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