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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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MCDRF and Abukuma Shinkin Bank sees its support to Odaka Worker's Base as part of larger social contribution initiatives aimed at stimulating the recovery of economic activity and employment generation in areas affected by the disaster such as Odaka.
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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.
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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 airline, based in the city of Miyazaki, recently agreed with Miyazaki Bank, Miyazaki Taiyo Bank, Takanabe Shinkin Bank and two government-affiliated financial institutions on the loan deal, they said.
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.
Osaka City Shinkin Bank, Osaka Higashi Shinkin Bank and Daifuku Shinkin Bank had combined deposits of about 2.18 trillion yen as of the end of last March, the largest among shinkin banks in Osaka and the ninth largest in Japan.