US banks step up fight to end fee limits on debit cards
| Financial Times
US banks are stepping up efforts to win one of Washington’s fiercest lobbying battles with a push to end limits on debit card fees that they claim have failed to help consumers and handed retailers a $42bn windfall.
The American Bankers Association is hoping to capitalise on Donald Trump’s vow to “do a number” on the Dodd-Frank act as it fights limits on swipe card charges included in post-crisis reforms.
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