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New Briefs: Bank Woes in KL

New Briefs: Bank Woes in KL

KUALA LUMPUR (AP) - Finance Minister Anwar Ibrahim said on Apr 28 he would keep a

close watch on the central bank and asked for more frequent reports on how its reserves

were being managed.

The call for increased scrutiny comes after losses of U.S.$3.5billion in 1992,mostly

on the foreign exchange market.

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