The bill includes many of the provisions included in a bill
passed by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, but has key
differences, including the absence of the IMF reforms, a
congressional aide said. He requested anonymity because he was
not authorized to discuss the pending legislation publicly.
The move means that the measure, if passed by the full Senate
and House, would have to go to a conference committee that would
reconcile the two versions before legislation could be passed
and sent for President Barack Obama to sign into law.
(Reporting by Patricia Zengerle;
editing by Peter Cooney)
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