Bank of Boston Corp. is selling off two of its five Puerto Rican retail branches and closing a third as part of an effort to refocus its business there on corporate banking.

The bank did not disclose the price for the branches and deposits. However, John Fraher, head of investor relations at Bank of Boston, said that the deals will "result in a small gain." The transactions are expected to close this quarter.

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