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Putin signed a law on the abolition of bank roaming

Putin signed a law on the abolition of bank roaming
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Banks will no longer be able to charge a fee for transfers between customers of the same bank located in different regions. The law was signed by President Vladimir Putin.

As noted in documentpublished on the official Internet portal of legal information, the law will enter into force 180 days from the date of publication. Now, opening accounts in different divisions of the bank will not be the basis for withdrawing a commission when transferring money.

Earlier law adopted the State Duma. Deputies hope that he will ensure freedom of movement of finances in Russia and help the development of cashless payments.

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