KARACHI (Reuters) - The Pakistani rupee fell to a record low on Friday because of increased dollar demand for import payments and dealers expect sustained pressure on the local unit. The rupee reached a record low of 86.03 and its likely to hit another record low next week, said a currency dealer. The rupee ended at 86.04/09 to the dollar, compared with Thursdays close of 85.90/95. The rupee traded as high as 86.07 in TOM (one-day forward market), said another dealer. The rupee has lost 0.85 percent this year, after falling 6.17 percent in 2009.