DALLAS -- The Texas bankng crisis wasn't bad for everyone.

A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas says that Foreign banks' share of commercial and industrial lending jumped from 1% to an incredible 28%, or $6.6 billion in loans, during the eight-year period ending in 1993. That overlapped with the Texas banking crisis.

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