Mr Shiokawa said the government's loan-collection agency, the Resolution and Collection Corp (RCC), was not buying up problem debts quickly enough because of a too narrow interpretation of what it can purchase.
"Because the RCC cannot incur secondary losses, it buys loans only after very stringent pricing, while banks don't want to sell them at prices belo
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