WASHINGTON - The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. will drop the number of safety and soundness exams it does in 1994 by 11%.

According to documents explaining the FDIC's 1994 budget, safety and soundness exams will shrink by 483 next year to 5,482. The main reason: The FDIC's power to do backup exams on national banks and thrifts was cut.

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