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Greenspan hesitant to press for lending; but the Fed's chairman says New England banks have been laggard.

JUL 23, 1992 1:00am ET

WASHINGTON - Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, told a House panel Wednesday that banks should not be pressured to increase lending simply because their profits have improved.

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