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Takata investors leave a tense shareholders meeting Tuesday.

Japanese banks set to take beating from Takata's collapse

Liabilities could swell from 141.2 billion yen as creditors present estimates

| Japan

TOKYO -- Japanese megabanks and regional lenders are expected to take a major hit from Takata's downfall as the air bag maker's 767 creditors begin to assess damage from the largest manufacturer bankruptcy in history.

The big creditors

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