WASHINGTON — U.S. regulators are making significant progress in implementing Basel III, according to a scorecard released Monday by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

The latest review, which is meant to compare how well countries are doing in complying with the terms of the international accord, covers the completeness and consistency of domestic regulations and why gaps may exist between countries.

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