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The little guy rescues corporate Japan

Japanese individuals are increasingly placing stock market bets

TOKYO -- Japanese listed companies are trying to woo small investors. A little more than 14% have done quite well, increasing the number of their shareholders by double digits.

Incentives like share splits and higher dividends are helping. So is a government-introduced incentive.

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