KARACHI, May 15: Citi has been declared the largest foreign exchange bank in Pakistan for 2012 by Euromoney in terms of market share.

According to a press release, the surveyed clients gave Citi 48 per cent market share in Pakistan, more than double the share of no. 2. This is the third consecutive year since 2010 that Pakistan has won this accolade.

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