BRUSSELS - The European Community needs no special laws to cope with the growth in derivative products, according to a European Parliament report due to be finalized later this month.

The report on financial stability and the regulation of the community's markets, being reviewed by the parliament's legal affairs committee, says there should be "careful consideration of the existing regulatory framework and practice before the introduction of more rules which may inhibit further development of useful financial instruments."

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