A recent survey by the New Jersey banking department found that an "overwhelming majority" of the state's businesses favor changes in legislation that would allow foreign banks to operate there.

According to a survey of 257 businesses in the Garden State, half have done business with foreign banks through offices outside the state. More than 70% of those who had done business with foreign banks favored their admission into New Jersey, the state banking department reported.

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