Despite repeated government warnings, many foreign banks have failed to install adequate risk-management systems in their U.S.-based branches, according to the General Accounting Office.

Inadequate external and internal audits were among the most serious problems that the congressional watchdog agency identified in its report, released Tuesday.

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