J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. plans $90 million in restructuring charges in its global consumer operations this year as it continues to tweak its retail businesses.

The restructuring charges are expected to result in $75 million in annual cost savings, which will be only partially realized in 2001, chief financial officer Dina Dublon said during an investor presentation last week.

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