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Foreign deposits at Qatar's banks fell the most in almost two years last month as customers withdrew funds following a diplomatic row with four Arab nations led by Saudi Arabia.Non-resident deposits with the 18 lenders in the world's biggest liquefied natural gas exporting nation dropped 7.6 percent to 170.6 billion riyals ($47 billion) in June from a month earlier, according to data posted on the Qatar Central Bank's website Wednesday. Overall bank credit within Qatar fell 0.6 percent in June to 780 billion riyals, according to the data. Qatar has a $200 billion spending plan in preparation for the 2022 football World Cup.
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