Japan Development Bank

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Japan Development Bank

A bank owned by the Japanese government that provided loans to foreign companies interested in foreign direct investment in Japan. It was established in 1951 to help reconstruct the Japanese economy. It was dissolved and replaced by the Development Bank of Japan in 2008.
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