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Why foreign private equity funds cannot make the big deal in Japan

TOKYO -- Private equity first made Japanese headlines in 2000, when Ripplewood Holdings of the U.S. bought the nationalized Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan, now Shinsei Bank.

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