KeyCorp expects to more than double its earnings from fee-based businesses in 1993, from $40 million this year, and to show a fivefold increase by 1997.

Ralph M. Carestio, executive vice president of the Albany-based holding company, attributed the expected profit growth to strong demand and declining costs in operations-intensive businesses such as mortgage servicing, trust and investment management, and asset disposal.

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