Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan and Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin told Congress Wednesday that global regulators must work together to establish better standards for lenders and borrowers in emerging markets.

Testifying before the House Banking Committee, Mr. Greenspan said such cooperation would include helping developing countries improve their bank oversight and establishing incentives for foreign banks to curb risky borrowing and foreign currency trading.

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