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ABN Amro reports a 10 per cent increase in foreign exchange dealing for the latest interim period to NGL406 million ($207 million) from NLG369 million ($216 million) a year ago. First half earnings rose 21 per cent compared to the second half of 1996, when the bank reported NGL336 million ($193 million). Derivatives, including short-term interest rate products, rose 64.6 per cent to NGL237 million ($121 million) from NGL144 million ($84 million) a year ago. Figures were converted into US

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