After more than three months of delay, new suspicious- activity report forms for use by banks are finished and should be released within two weeks, government officials said Tuesday.

The new report - which banks are likely to begin filing in March - replaces the Criminal Referral Form and a box on Currency Transaction Reports that banks have been checking and backing up with documentation explaining the suspicious activity.

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