RBI extends swap arrangement with SAARC nations

Mumbai: In order to enhance economic cooperation and strengthen financial stability, RBI has extended the USD 2 billion currency swap arrangement to SAARC nations till mid-November 2017.The Reserve Bank said in a notification today that
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PTI February 23, 2016 21:40 IST

Mumbai: In order to enhance economic cooperation and strengthen financial stability, RBI has extended the USD 2 billion currency swap arrangement to SAARC nations till mid-November 2017.

The Reserve Bank said in a notification today that it has decided to extend the SAARC Currency Swap Arrangement till November 14, 2017.

Under the arrangement, RBI is to offer swap arrangement up to an overall amount of USD 2 billion both in foreign currency and Indian rupee.

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The SAARC Swap Arrangement was offered by the RBI to SAARC nations on November 15, 2012.

The facility will be available to all SAARC member countries Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

The swap amount available to various member central banks has been arrived at broadly based on two months import cover subject to a floor of USD 100 million and a maximum of USD 400 million per country.

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