Credit unions serving postal employees have persuaded the U.S. Postal Service to continue its policy of giving them rent-free facilities.

Late last year the Postal Service said it would charge credit unions rent for space in post office buildings. Earlier this month, after meeting with representatives of the National Council of Postal Credit Unions, the agency reversed itself, according to Postal Service and industry officials.

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