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Nu 843M remitted to Jaigaon merchants

The Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) has remitted Indian Currency (IC) Rs 843.45 million (M) for the merchants in Jaigaon.

The remittance programme, the seventh this year, initiated on October 24, concluded yesterday.

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