Commercial banks are far ahead of other businesses in preparing for the predicted worldwide computer snarls at the turn of the century, experts told a Senate panel Thursday.

More than 70% of banking and other financial services companies are taking corrective steps, while only one-third of U.S. companies and government agencies can say the same, Larry Martin, president of consulting firm Data Dimensions Inc., told Senate Banking's technology subcommittee.

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