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Banks shorten terms of their foreign loans.

JUL 15, 1994 1:00am ET

BASEL, Switzerland -- Western and Japanese banks, more cautious after economic troubles in recent years, moved further to shorten the terms of their international loans in the second half 1993, the...

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