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National Australia Bank (or NAB) is one of the largest financial institutions and banks in Australia in terms of market capitalisation and customers. NAB is ranked 17th largest bank in the world measured by market capitalisation, it held total assets of A$657 billion as at 30 September 2008 and its operating income in 2008 was A$15.4 billion. . It operates across 10 countries serving 8.3 million... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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