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The banking industry experienced a strong recovery after one of the worst financial crisis. In the evolving banking landscape in emerging economies, the industry is quickly transforming.
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The pace at which retail banks are closing their branches is speeding up, with 650 branch closures expected this year - up from 500 branches in 2014 following 222 in 2013, according to the Campaign for Community Banking Services.
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