Not only would the proposed merger of the Bank of Tokyo and Mitsubishi Bank create the world's largest bank - it also would create a stronger competitor in an increasingly international loan syndication market.

Adding loan volume from the two banks and a San Francisco-based Bank of Tokyo subsidiary, Union Bank, the behemoth would be ranked 12th in the American market for 1994.

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