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Held back

28 Nov 2005 By Antony Currie

US law prevents banks from using mergers to take retail deposits above 10% of the national total. It nearly scuppered BofA s bid for MBNA. Congress should scrap the law. It is outdated and anticompetitive, and presents a hurdle to rivals looking to build a competing franchise.

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