Under the new rules, foreign players will be able to boost their stakes to up to two-thirds in joint venture banks, Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat told reporters.
A number of joint venture banks have been opened since Nepal allowed foreign investors to enter its banking sector in 1984 but they were not allowed to own more t
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