Assets at federally chartered credit unions are expected to grow by just 6% for 1993, less than half the 1992 increase, according to a study by the National Association of Federal Credit Unions.

The main reason for the dip, according to Tun A. Wai, director of research and analysis, is that interest rates paid by credit unions for deposits can't touch mutual fund yields.

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