WASHINGTON - Banks owned by out-of-state holding companies offer lower rates on small-business loans than in-state banks, a recent study by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency found.

Though small-loan costs tend to be higher for out-of-state holding company subsidiaries, they generally still offer lower rates than banks owned by companies in the state, the study said.

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