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Garn-St Germain Act 1982


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US legislation that enabled banks to compete for customers on equal terms with other money-market funds, allowed savings and loans associations to make business loans and increase their consumer lending, gave the federal authorities powers to allow for mergers and acquisitions of failed banks and savings institutions, and increased the lending limits for national banks.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.


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