Congress and the White House have tentatively agreed to extend for two years a tax break for foreign subsidiaries of financial services companies.

President Clinton vetoed a tax-cut bill in September, but has agreed to a deal to renew several expiring provisions including the foreign-subsidiaries measure, House Ways and Means Chairman Bill Archer and Senate Finance Committee Chairman William V. Roth Jr. said late Tuesday.

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