Giving Japan's distressed assets a well-needed workout
Japanese companies accept that they need private - mainly foreign - money to help them out of their financial troubles, and restructurings and buyouts are booming. Andrew Crooke asks Fumitaka Eshima, UBS's head of legal in Japan, what challenges investors and their
financiers face when structuring these deals
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