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 hand, in Bombay and Madras the increase in debits to current deposits was much higher (40 per cent and 60 pet cent respectively) than the growth in such deposits (47 per cent and 63 per cent, respectively). The question why, compared to other centres, debits to deposits in Calcutta were so small in relation to the growth of deposits should have been analysed in greater detail.

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