WASHINGTON - The General Accounting Office has approved the 1992 financial statements for the bank and thrift insurance funds, but has sounded a warning over internal controls.

In an 18-page report signed by Comptroller General Charles A. Bowsher, the GAO said last week that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which administers both insurance funds, does not have adequate internal controls to ensure that:

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