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Resona Holdings Inc. plans to trim headcount by about 3,100 staff, or almost 10 percent of its workforce, over three years as the Japanese bank seeks to cut costs to offset dwindling lending profits.

The Tokyo-based bank, which had 31,800 employees as of March, plans to make the reduction through natural attrition, according to a three-year business plan unveiled Tuesday. The company will hire fewer college graduates and has no plans to offer early retirement, a spokesman said.

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