* Japanese banks should let Sharp go bankrupt * Sharp shows all that is wrong with Japanese business * Bailing out Sharp may not turn company around By Nachum Kaplan Aug 30 (IFR) - The traditional way to kill a zombie is to put salt in its mouth and sew its lips shut. In the case of Japanese zombie companies, a better approach would be for creditor banks to stop bailing them out and let them go bankrupt. Electronics maker Sharp Corp ...
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