WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve Board has added Turkey to the list of countries whose banks can open branches in the United States.

The Fed ruled this month that Turkiye Vakiflar Bankasi TAO of Ankara, Turkey, meets a key requirement for foreign banks that want to branch in the United States: that authorities in its home country subject its banks to "comprehensive supervision and regulation on a consolidated basis."

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