The government of Antigua and Barbuda is tightening supervision of offshore banks in the hope that the United States will retract a recent money laundering warning.

Antigua agreed to replace three members of a new six-member agency responsible for regulating the country's 50 offshore banks. The United States had objected to the three because they were affiliated with some of the banks they would be regulating.

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