WASHINGTON - The Clinton administration has promised bankers it will try to lighten their compliance burden as it reviews laws against money laundering with an eye toward public-private partnerships.

Ronald K. Noble, assistant Treasury secretary for enforcement, made the pledge at a two-day American Bankers Association seminar that began Monday.

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