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  author={Ogunlowore Akindele John and Oladele Rotimi},
his study examines the impact of electronic banking on satisfaction of corporate bank customers in Nigeria Due to emergence of global economy; electronic banking has increasingly become an inevitable tool of banking business strategy and a strong catalyst for economic development. Data collected with a structured questionnaire was analysis by descriptive statistics and the hypothesis formulated was tested using chi-square test. The study found that there is a significant relationship between… 

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