NEW YORK -- It took five years, but Progressive Credit Union, a New York City institution that finances taxi owners, has finally gotten respect from its federal regulator.

Since a 1989 examination by the National Credit Union Administration, the state-chartered, federally insured credit union in the city's borough of Queens has been hit with two letters of understanding and agreement and has been given less-than-stellar reviews by the regulator.

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