WASHINGTON -- The banking industry can expect more U.S. Justice Department investigations of electronic banking networks and their mergers, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Robert Litan said Thursday.

The scrutiny, evident in the department's recent settlement of an antitrust case against the operator of the MAC automated teller machine network, results from the Clinton administration's greater emphasis on civil cases and monopolistic practices, Mr. Litan said.

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