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Hutch Citibank co-branded card launched

Ramesh Sharma

Mr. Sarvesh Sarup, Country Business Manager, Global Consumer Group, Citigroup (right), with Mr Rajiv Sawhney, Executive Director, Hutch, at the launch of Hutch Citibank co-branded card in the Capital on Monday.

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