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Russian Post Wants Banking Licence
25.07.2013 16:31
Russian Post Wants Banking Licence
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Russian Post wants to increase revenues by offering a number of banking services to its customers.

      After negotiations with several national lending institutions, the Russian state-run mail service decided to enter the new segment on its own.

      The corporate press service has confirmed the move is being mulled and the final decision will be made this September. 




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Russian Post     

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