WASHINGTON — The backlash against the Volcker Rule has officially gone global.

While U.S. banks are still up in arms about how regulators propose to implement the trading ban, the protests sound just as loud from foreign institutions and even their governments, which fear the U.S. is stepping outside its jurisdiction.

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