Having made a string of insurance agency acquisitions, Northeast Bancorp a year ago was projecting 10% annual growth in its insurance business.

But the economy hasn't cooperated. Although the Lewiston, Maine, bank's insurance unit is eking out growth of 1% to 2%, the poor market means its plans for fast growth will have to wait, said Jim Delamater, the bank's president and chief executive.

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