Citibank, which aggressively entered the Boston market six years ago with dozens of new branches, plans to close nearly one-third of its local offices next year. The New York-based bank will close nine of its 31 branches in Massachusetts on March 15, according spokesman Catherine Pulley. The bank declined to identify which branches are closing since it has yet to notify customers, something it plans to do next month. But Pulley said the bank would maintain its offices in Boston and nearby communities and shutter locations farther from the city.
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