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Small change

26 June 2013 By John Foley

The country’s four megabanks have a structural advantage in garnering deposits. Smaller rivals have less to lend, so are prone to liquidity squeezes and forced to seek riskier income streams. Though the central bank has pledged to help cash-starved banks, the imbalance persists.

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