An international coalition of 250 financial institutions, formed last year to monitor progress toward resolving year-2000 computer problems and minimize financial market risks, has decided that full disclosure may do more harm than good.

The Global 2000 Coordinating Group, a voluntary body that grew out of the Bank for International Settlements' Year-2000 Roundtable, had planned to publish results from months of research on how prepared countries are for the next calendar change.

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