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Chartered Bank

The Annuals statements of V A Grantham, Chairman of the Chartered Bank, have been, over the years, followed in this country more for the observations they contain on South East Asian economic affairs than for an analysis of the bank's accounts and progress. And the statement for 1966, which is his last as chairman of Chartered Bank — Grantham hands over charge on April 5 to W G Pullen, the bank's chief general manager since 1959 — reveals, as usual, a welcome understanding of the problems of developing countries.

The Annuals statements of V A Grantham, Chairman of the Chartered Bank, have been, over the years, followed in this country more for the observations they contain on South East Asian economic affairs than for an analysis of the bank's accounts and progress. And the statement for 1966, which is his last as chairman of Chartered Bank — Grantham hands over charge on April 5 to W G Pullen, the bank's chief general manager since 1959 — reveals, as usual, a welcome understanding of the problems of developing countries.

Grantham points out that the primary producing countries are still concerned with the prices of their commodities in the world mar.

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