Congress' growing opposition to the Clinton administration's handling of the Asian debt crisis is adding to bankers' worries about the deteriorating financial markets overseas.

Banking sources said that congressional opposition to proposed U.S. contributions to the International Monetary Fund are becoming a key concern for the industry. They said they are also worried about congressional efforts to curtail the administration's ability to participate in foreign financial bailouts.

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