BOSTON--Bank of Boston Corp. said the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has lifted restrictions imposed two years ago, reflecting improving results at New England's second-largest banking company.

The restrictions, in a memorandum of understanding disclosed in September 1991, required, among other things, regulatory approval to pay stock dividends and carry out certain intracompany transactions.

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