Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan said he opposes making it tougher for foreign financial institutions to do business in the United States as a way to pressure other countries to open their markets to U.S. companies.

Responding to questions from the Senate Banking Committee, Mr. Greenspan said last week that competition from foreign banks has helped make U.S. banks the best in the world.

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