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Draft rules raise benchmark for potential entrants

The RBI has released a new set of draft guidelines for licensing new banks to better regulate the banking sector in India. These will set a benchmark for accepting potential entrants to the Indian banking sector based on business profiles, holding structures, capital, foreign shareholding, and corporate governance. But some practitioners say that the guidelines are too harsh for foreign banks to follow

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