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A pedestrian walks past the Punjab National Bank Ltd. building in Mumbai, India. The International Monetary Fund urged Indian regulators to loosen a mandatory requirement for banks to hold government securities, saying that it would boost the flow of capital to other industries.

Photographer: Adeel Halim/Bloomberg

A pedestrian walks past the Punjab National Bank Ltd. building in Mumbai, India. The International Monetary Fund urged Indian regulators to loosen a mandatory requirement for banks to hold government securities, saying that it would boost the flow of capital to other industries.
January 15, 2013
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