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LAS VEGAS — Heightened regulatory scrutiny on foreign transactions could be on the way for credit unions as the possible result of close new ties between credit union regulators and an agency of the U.S. Treasury, Washington attorney Judith A. Lee, a specialist in financial trade law, told a Credit Union Times/Executive Enterprise Institute conference here.

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