A June 10 follow-up article on the Chase-Chemical combination, "Merger's Community Impact Still Upsets Activists" (page 7), garbled some information about Chase Manhattan Corp.'s affordable housing and community reinvestment pledges.

Of an $18.1 billion five-year commitment, $13.5 billion was for low- income mortgages, $3.4 billion for small-business loans and investments, $1.2 billion for affordable housing, and $70 million for grants to nonprofit organizations.

A year after the March 1996 merger, Chase reached $4.8 billion of the $18.1 billion target.

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