The largest U.S. banks are throwing cold water on the push to build an ultra-fast nationwide electronic payments system.
In a 15-page paper to be released Thursday, a trade group representing the biggest banks describes a long series of criteria that would have to be met before its members would support such a modernization initiative.
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