Although Congress has rejected the broad banking reform package proposed by the administration early this year, it enacted comparatively narrow legislation - the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 - on Nov. 27.

The act contains numerous provisions of particular interest to Japanese and other foreign commercial banking organizations that have representative offices, agencies, branches, commercial lending offices, or banking subsidiaries in the United States.

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