Seeking to lower its costs, Chase Manhattan Bank is moving its automated clearing house operation, the industry's largest, from New York City to Tampa, Fla.

The move is expected to be completed in August and to cut Chase's automated clearing house operating expenses by about $1 million a year. The business generated about $10 million in revenue last year, said James J. Hopes, president of Chase Automated Clearing House Inc.

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