Industry representatives Wednesday criticized a provision in the Clinton administration's 1998 budget proposal to limit tax writeoffs for operating losses.

Speaking at a House Ways and Means Committee hearing for the American Bankers Association, Wells Fargo Bank senior vice president Richard A. Hayes said the administration's plan would have an "adverse impact on bank regulatory capital."

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