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India clears sale of "enemy shares" held by people who moved to Pakistan

Reuters India Friday, 9 November 2018 ()
India clears sale of enemy shares held by people who moved to PakistanIndia's government said it will sell stocks worth millions of dollars seized from people who moved to Pakistan following partition in 1947 and the wars since, as a way to make up for a shortfall in revenues.
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India clears sale of 'enemy shares' held by people who moved to Pakistan

India's government said it will sell stocks worth millions of dollars seized from people who moved to Pakistan following partition in 1947 and the wars since, as...
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