U.S. banks are giving a resounding thumbs-down to the Clinton administration's decision to impose economic sanctions on India for resuming nuclear testing.

Bankers said Wednesday that the measures-especially a curb on lending by U.S. banks to the Indian government and state-owned firms-could hurt banks and disrupt international finance.

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