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Index provider MSCI Inc. will continue using the onshore foreign exchange rate of Qatar's riyal, for now.MSCI last month opened consultations with investors proposing to switch to a weaker offshore rate amid complaints that a boycott of Qatar by four Arab countries was making access to the official rate difficult. The central bank pledged to provide dollars to local and foreign investors at the official rate in response to MSCI's proposal.After MSCI started consulting with investors, some market participants reported that the level of accessibility of the local foreign exchange market improved, MSCI said Tuesday
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