Global banking regulators have agreed to effectively delay the enforcement of new capital adequacy rules for large banks, opting to create a transition period of at least 10 years, The Nikkei reported in its Wednesday edition.

The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, made up of the banking authorities of major countries, has been discussing introducing stricter capital requirements since September 2008 to prevent a recurrence of the global financial crisis.

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