U.S. Banks Have Limited Exposure

LONDON - U.S. and other Western banks have only minimal exposure to the Soviet Union and will not suffer any major fallout from the overthrow of President Mikhail Gorbachev. But any new lending to Moscow is highly unlikely.

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