Hana Bank Temporarily Exempts Myanmar Workers from Overseas Remittance Fees

2020 0901 KEBHana Bank has decided to exempt Myanmar people staying in Korea from overseas remittance fees when they transfer salaries to their families in Myanmar.

The bank’s made the decision to help Myanmar workers in Korea in consideration of a recent turmoil in Myanmar.

The exemption period for overseas remittance fees will run until July 31. The exemption will be applied to all channels of Hana Bank including branches, internet banking, smartphone banking, ATM and the ARS.

“We hope the day will come soon when Myanmar workers staying in Korea work freely without worrying about their families in Myanmar,” a Hana Bank official said.

Business Korea

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