Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Friday that weak supervision in many foreign countries is creating risks for international lending between banks.

"Interbank funding, especially cross-border, may turn out to be the Achilles' heel of an international financial system that is subject to wide variations in financial confidence," he told a conference on risk management in Miami that was sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

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