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RBI may lift restrictions on Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Bank if large depositors stay put

The RBI-appointed administrator of Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Bank (PMCB) is open to allowing the troubled bank to resume normal banking operations within a month if large depositors give a commitment that they would not withdraw their deposits for three years. (DNA India)

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