Pakistan cbank announce measures to boost reserves

PAKISTAN - Pakistan's central bank on Mar 31, 2001 announced measures to boost its foreign exchange reserves, a day after the International Monetary Fund released fresh money under a standby credit agreement.

The State Bank of Pakistan said it reserves had increased to $1.43 billion after receiving thesecond tranche of the loan. The IMF said Pakistan's total drawings from the loan comes to about$324 million after it was approved in November 2000.

The central bank has also decided to remove an a

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