As the Clinton administration grapples with bilateral and multilateral trade issues, financial services have begun to emerge as a major area of concern.

At a recent forum, representatives of foreign banks, mainly from Europe and Japan, expressed dismay over U.S. legislative and regulatory trends. The banks say the new rules are hurting their activities here as well as hurting the growth of the international financial marketplace.

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