The foreign banks are back.

After slumping slightly during the first six months last year, assets of foreign banks in the United States at yearend 1996 climbed nearly 3%, to $1.04 trillion, from the year before, according to an annual survey by International Banking Regulator, a Washington-based affiliate of American Banker.

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