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shinkin

(ˈʃɪŋkɪn)
n
dialect South Wales a worthless person
[Welsh, from the surname Jenkin, of Dutch origin]
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These funds complement support already being provided by Abukuma Shinkin Bank, a local financial institution.
The contribution, 50 million yen in loan funds, complements loan support already being provided by Abukuma Shinkin Bank, a local credit union, and grants from the Fukushima prefectural government.
The Nagoya District Court on Tuesday sentenced a 33-year-old man to a nine-year prison term for taking hostages at knifepoint at a shinkin bank in the city of Toyokawa, Aichi Prefecture, in central Japan last November.
The man, reportedly in his 30s or 40s, began the siege at the Zoshi branch of the Toyokawa Shinkin Bank in central Aichi prefecture just after 2:00 pm (0500 GMT), a police spokesman said without elaborating further.
Johnan Shinkin Bank said Friday it has terminated electricity contracts with Tokyo Electric Power Co.
Shinkin Central Bank ties up with China's Bank of Communications
With the aid of the Gifu Shinkin Bank and Tokyo-based healthcare consultant MEDIVA, the company will conduct market research and provide financial analysis and useful management information.
The financial institutions include major commercial banks, shinkin banks and agricultural cooperatives.
LONDON -- Fitch Solutions, a division of the Fitch Group, has launched a new ratings and research website for the Japanese market, offering users unparalleled access for the first time to its wealth of data on Shinkin banks, Fitch-rated Samurai and EuroYen issuers, Japanese banks and G20 sovereigns.
The funds complement loan support already being provided by Ishinomaki Shinkin Bank, a local credit union, and has enabled the restaurateur to complete Kaki Teppan HASEKURA , a brand new Italian restaurant.
The new home, along with the additional services it will offer, was made possible through a 30 million yen contribution from the Mitsubishi Corporation Disaster Relief Foundation, an addition to support already provided by Abukuma Shinkin Bank, a local credit union.
OSAKA - Three shinkin or credit union banks based in Osaka said Thursday they have reached a basic agreement to merge on an equal footing by the end of next November.