Gaps in a new international trade agreement will hinder U.S. banks' ability to do business overseas efficiently, bankers said Tuesday.

Speaking at a conference here, bankers praised the Dec. 13 pact that facilitates U.S. bank entry to foreign markets, but they said it must be modified to ease lending limits and restrictions on transferring information across national borders.

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