No `special treatment' for banks on fund bailout, thrift group urges

Fox, Justin
September 1995
American Banker;9/12/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 175, p2
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Reports on a call by America's Community Bankers' to Congress not to give special treatment to banks in the bailout of the Savings Association Insurance Fund. Response to lobbying by banks to reduce their share of the bailout; Concerns about the implications of the banks' request for special treatment.


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