Economy

February 21, 2012

U.S. Treasury, banks look for TARP exit plan

The federal government's desire to end the politically unpopular bank bailout program could change how a number of Charlotte-area community banks pay back their share. As the nation heads into a presidential election year, the U.S. Treasury has begun communicating with community banks around the country as it plans an exit from the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

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