TOKYO - While Japan's Ministry of Finance is moving to end controls on the interest rates banks pay, it may take more time for the public to see deposits with variable rates, banking sources here said.

"Trust banks are strongly opposing longer-term, variable-rate deposits, which commercial banks are willing to introduce next June," said an executive at one of the long-term credit banks.

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