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Japanese banks in Burma

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Japanese banks have moved to accelerate expansion in
Burma since it resumed economic ties with other nations
following the release of dissident leader Aung San Suu Kyi
in July, banking sources said Monday.

The bank of Tokyo opened a representative office in
August, becoming the first Japanese commercial bank to
establish an office in Burma.

Fuji Bank said it plans to set up a representative office int he
country this year, saying its application was approved by the
Burmese government in September.

Asahi Evening News
September 26, 1995