Regulators face calls to limit the rules international reach.
By Dave Michaels and Silla Brush|May 01, 2013 at 04:33 AM
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The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to propose measures determining when U.S. rules apply to cross-border swap trades amid calls from foreign counterparts to limit the reach of Dodd-Frank Act oversight.
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