India Shuts Down Gold Imports

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Indian banks are now required to set aside 20% of all imported gold for export purposes. Gold is now to be held in bonded warehouses and banks may only import additional gold after they have exported at least 75% of those reserves. We reported previously that the current account deficit in India has been driven by the importation of gold.

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