Few banks and thrifts will pay for deposit insurance in the second half of 1999, the government said Tuesday.

Despite concerns about the year-2000 computer problem, subprime lending, and credit underwriting standards, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said the current rate schedule will be enough to keep the insurance funds above required minimums.

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