BETHESDA, Md. — A lot more of the nation’s chief financial officers, treasurers, and cash managers used financial services Web sites last year than in 1999 and they used the sites in different ways, a survey by the Association for Financial Professionals found.

The survey results, released last week, said 63% of the respondents used the Internet to conduct business transactions in 2000, versus 36% in 1999. Ninety-two percent said they used the Web to get information about cash management, investment services, credit, foreign exchange, and capital market services in 2000, against 77% in 1999.

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