WASHINGTON -- The Comptroller of the Currency is lowering its exam fees by 6% next year and dropping plans to hike fees to cover inflation.

Together the moves are expected to save national banks $30 million in 1995. Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig said Wednesday that assessments may go down again in 1996 if the agency continues to reduce costs.

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