TOKYO -- The Japanese antitrust watchdog has begun investigating whether fees charged by the interbank funds transfer system act as a barrier to entry for such newcomers as financial technology companies, Nikkei has learned.
The nationwide network, Zengin, lets banks make domestic funds transfers online. Fees charged are largely set by financial institutions.
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