WASHINGTON --National banks stand to save $7 million annually because of lower corporate fees, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said Tuesday.

"We are able to reduce regulatory costs to banks because the Comptroller's office is becoming more efficient as a bank regulator," said Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig.

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