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ABM: Recent USPS changes will save members $25 million

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New York—American Business Media reports that recent developments affecting the U.S. Postal Service will contribute to an overall savings of about $25 million for ABM members.

The association of business information providers, which represents more than 300 member companies, cited Congress’ decision to absolve the USPS from paying $5.4 billion to its retiree health care fund.

Postmaster General John E. Potter announced this month that there will be no postal rate increase for 2010.

ABM estimated that without these association-supported developments, USPS would have been forced to raise postal rates 7% to 8% in 2010.

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