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Japan Post Bank to bring back transfer fees

TOKYO -- Japan Post Bank in October will start charging customers for transferring money between accounts at the bank for the first time in nine years, seeking to bolster profits squeezed by negative interest rates.

The bank will allow three free transfers per month, with users required to pay 123 yen ($1.22) per transfer thereafter.

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