Supreme Court grants PIC leave to appeal closure, but awards costs to Reserve Bank

    The Supreme Court has granted the Pacific International Commercial Bank leave to   apply   for judicial review of the National Reserve Bank of Tonga decision  to revoke its banking  licence. Lord Chief Justice Paulsen gave the PIC 21 days to make the application. The Reserve Bank made the decision on July 26 this year. Radio New…

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