WASHINGTON - U.S. banks' lending exposure to foreign borrowers totaled $207.64 billion in June, up from $203.71 billion in March, the Federal Reserve Board said.

The latest figures on foreign loans with U.S. banks were contained in a quarterly survey of 185 banks conducted by the Federal Financial Institutions Council.

Of the total loans outstanding, $140.40 billion had maturities of less than one year, $32.50 billion had maturities of one to five years, and $34.74 billion had maturities of more than five years.

British residents had the largest outstanding borrowings at $25.17 billion, while Mexico had borrowings of $18.87 billion, Japan had borrowings of $14.73 billion.

In the June survey, Canada had borrowings of $8.55 billion, Brazil had borrowings of $8.24 billion, and Argentina had borrowings of $6.86 billion.

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