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Controls on commercial transactions and investment instruments
On 10 June 2009, the State Bank of Pakistan increased the foreign exchange exposure limit of authorized banks from 15% of the paid up capital with a cap of Rs. 1500 million (USD 17 million at the time) to 20% of the paid up capital and Rs. 2000 million (USD 23 million at the time). This change in policy may allow banks in Pakistan to finance more cross-border trade and investment.
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