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The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, facing an Oct. 12 start date for a slate of derivatives rules, is being bombarded with requests from lobbying groups to ease or delay the Dodd-Frank Act measures.

Trade associations representing agribusiness firms Bunge Ltd. and Archer Daniels Midland Co. want to delay swap-dealer rules for non-banks. Banks and asset managers want regulators to finally say whether foreign exchange derivatives will be subject to the rules. And representatives of Ford Motor Credit Co. and Barclays Plc have met with CFTC staff to clarify that financial entities used for asset-backed securities are exempt.

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