WASHINGTON - Treasury Under Secretary Frank Newman said the administration has just one remaining concern about legislation to spur a secondary market in small-business loans: whether the capital standard would be too lax.

"We believe the present regulatory rules for recourse accounting are too stringent, but we also believe that S 384, as written, goes too far in attempting to liberalize them," Mr. Newman said Thursday in an appearance before the Senate Banking Committee.

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