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September 15, 2000
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Chase Manhattan bank will allow an outside investigator to audit its wartime records to see if the bank helped the Nazis, according to the World Jewish Congress. As a result of the move, the WJC said it would not try to block Chase’s planned $35 billion acquisition of investment banking firm J.P. Morgan & Co.

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