Supermarkets and banks are clearly warming to each other again, as demonstrated by a series of promotions and expanded location agreements that underscore their mutual interests. The effectiveness of supermarket bank branches has been debated in the banking trade for years, and reached a low point in early 2002 when Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto, halted its ambitious Amicus program with Safeway and Winn-Dixie. However, by the end of 2003, several major bank branch expansions ...

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