ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The top credit union regulator told a group of Pennsylvania institutions last month that competition within the industry should be curbed.

Norman E. D'Amours, chairman of the National Credit Union Administration, acknowledged that a certain level of competition was healthy, but he said too much jockeying for position would undermine the industry's cooperative roots and endanger its tax exemption.

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