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Germany plans to ease banking access for refugees

Frankfurt

GERMANY plans to ease the path for hundreds of thousands of people granted asylum in the country to set up bank accounts, while ensuring that anti-money laundering measures remain in place, the head of financial watchdog Bafin said on Wednesday.

Bafin and the German

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