ISLAMABAD, Sept 10: The Reserve Bank of India has removed restrictions on overseas investment by Indian parties in Pakistan.

According to a press release issued by Indian High Commission in Pakistan, the bank has stated that henceforth overseas direct investment by Indian parties in Pakistan shall be considered and approved as per relevant regulations and norms.—APP

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