- A Japanese term for secure shareholders forming the cross capitalisation base that protects most of corporate Japan and especially the zaibatsu from hostile takeovers.
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Zaibatsu — A Japanese term for privately owned holding companies which dominated large sectors of Japanese industry around the turn of the 20th century. They derived their capital from either internal growth or bank loans. Modern companies which are of… … International financial encyclopaedia