Banking industry and regulatory officials are warning of severe disruptions in international credit markets if a proposed anti- terrorism bill becomes law.

The legislation, pending in the House of Representatives, would bar U.S. banks from lending more than $10 million a year to foreign businesses that invest in the development of petroleum or natural gas facilities in Iran or Libya.

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