House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach has asked banking regulators to turn over all documents relating to the Lippo Group, a giant Indonesian financial services firm, and its ties to U.S. banks.

His request came after press reports alleging that James Riady, a top Lippo official and a major Democratic Party contributor, arranged a meeting between President Clinton and Indonesia's ambassador.

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