WASHINGTON — The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, responding to industry criticism, has gone back to the drawing board on a pilot program designed to ease lending limits on national banks.

The three-year pilot test, proposed last fall but not yet begun, would raise national banks’ lending limits for some loans in the 36 states with more lenient standards.

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