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Japan to mandate outside directors even at unlisted firms

Nissan scandal taps the gas on corporate governance reforms

Most, but not all, of Japan's publicly traded companies have outside directors.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- As the Nissan Motor scandal puts Japan's corporate boards under the microscope, the government is readying a bill that would require both listed and unlisted companies to have outside directors and disclose details regarding executive pay.

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