New Japan Post Holdings Co. President Hiroya Masuda pledged Monday to regain the public’s trust in the former state-owned postal group now being rocked by scandal.
“We are facing the biggest crisis since the foundation (of the postal group),” Masuda, 68, told executives of the group on his first day in the new post.
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