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National Savings release sales figures

National Savings has released its sales figures for September 2000 showing investment of £981 million during the month.

This brings National Savings total sales for the 2000/01 financial year so far to £5.7million.

National Savings total liabilities to customers at the end of the month amounted to £62.8 billion.

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