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Dutch bank ING slashing 7,000 jobs

The European bank wants to invest more in digital services.        
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Dutch bank ING slashing 7,000 jobs

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Dutch bank ING said Monday it will cut 7,000 jobs in Europe as it looks to overhaul its operations and invest more heavily in digital technology in the face of increased competition.        

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