The two dominant electronic banking networks in the Northeast announced advances Tuesday in their point-of-sale debit card programs.

NYCE, the largest automated teller machine network in the region and second-largest nationwide, said it had agreed to place terminals at 146 stores in the Pathmark supermarket chain, which is owned by Supermarkets General Corp.

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