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Small change

23 May 2017 By Olaf Storbeck

Measly interest margins and rising capital requirements are forcing the country’s savings institutions to cut costs and shut branches. Germany still has more banks than petrol stations, but the shift is helpful, and may benefit big lenders like Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank.

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