In a rare display of unanimity, bankers have backed the Clinton administration's decision to reject a new international trade agreement dealing with financial services.

"There has been a consistent position (on the trade talks), and we have urged Treasury to hang tough," said John R. Price, managing director for government affairs at Chemical Banking Corp.

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