SAN FRANCISCO - Pacific Century Financial Corp., the Honolulu banking company whose second-quarter credit woes sent its shares plunging early in the summer, seems to have dodged a bullet, at least where one $65 million credit is concerned.

The company, whose flagship Bank of Hawaii is the biggest bank in the state, warned shareholders about the credit in a section titled "potential problem loans" in its August 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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