NEW YORK -- Clearing a major hurdle to a North American free trade pact, negotiators have reached a tentative compromise on the entry of foreign banks into Mexico, bankers said.

Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. representatives have ironed out their major differences over the financial services section of the trade agreement, said Roberto Hernandez, chairman of Banamex-Accival, Mexico's largest bank.

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