The report, prepared by Professor Johannes Jutter, was released in early August 2001. The study found that international competition forced Australian banks to keep interest rates low and, as a consequence, to increase service charges to cover costs. The findings of the study corroborate claims made by the Reserve Bank of Australia in 2000.
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