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International Banking Act

International Banking Act is the law passed by the U.S. Congress I 1978 that brought foreign banks operating the United States under federal regulation for the first time; it required foreign banking offices taking deposits from the public to post reserve requirements and allowed them to apply for federal deposit insurance coverage.

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