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October 31, 2005
You state that "without fee income, 22 corporates would have negative ROA." Did it occur to you that if corporates didn't have the business infrastructures, which produce the fees, they also wouldn't have the costs? This is the most lame analysis as I've ever seen. What is it again that you guys do professionally?????
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