WASHINGTON -- Bank and securities regulators reassured Congress Tuesday that the North American Free Trade Agreement would pose no threat to the safety and soundness of the American financial system.

Federal Reserve Governor John P. LaWare and Securities and Exchange Commissioner Mary L. Shapiro said the agreement would provide regulators adequate tools to ensure that financial institutions operating in Mexico, Canada, and the United States are operating prudently.

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