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Because it can

20 September 2010 By Nicholas Paisner

Washington wants foreign banks and brokers to help it keep track of American citizens, or face a hefty levy. Big firms will have to comply, but smaller ones may prefer to stop accepting U.S. clients. The administration shouldn’t expect its lenders to be welcomed abroad.

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