Leading U.S. commercial bankers are calling for broad changes in capital markets practices to restore global economic confidence and stave off a credit crunch.

In Washington for the annual meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, the bankers said that loans will probably not resume flowing to emerging markets unless these countries improve banking supervision, make financial disclosures more transparent, and suffer sanctions for unilaterally flouting cross-border credit agreements.

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