The Commerce Department on Tuesday announced it will eliminate cumbersome licensing requirements for financial firms seeking to use sophisticated encryption technology abroad.

The new policy will let U.S. manufactured encryption products, regardless of how difficult they are to decode, be exported for use by banks, credit card companies, and securities firms in 45 countries.

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