Banks spent $11.2 million last year complying with government subpoenas for data on their corporate customers, according to a survey by the American Bankers Association.

"We felt all along that this was costing our banks a lot of money," said John Byrne, senior counsel at the ABA. The results of the survey reinforced that view, he said.

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