WASHINGTON — Federal bank and thrift regulators published a proposal Friday that would simplify capital rules for nine out of 10 banks in the country.

The agencies are soliciting comments on the definition of “non-complex financial institutions” that would be targeted by the plan, and on minimum capital requirements, among other issues. Comments are due Feb. 1, 2001.

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