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Some U.S. and European treasurers say they don’t view Libor as an accurate rate to use in pricing loans, according to a survey conducted by IFR, Reuters reports. But the treasurers don’t want to move to a different benchmark rate and say they prefer reforming how Libor is computed and having authorities keep closer watch over the process.

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