The rate of interest national banks may charge on credit cards and other types of loan accounts is not determined by Federal banking laws and regulations. The maximum interest rate is set by State law in the State where the bank is headquartered. Moreover, national banks can export the interest rates of that State to any State in which the consumer resides.

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