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Eximbank signed a memorandum of cooperation with Bank of Kyoto (Japan)

On August 28, 2014, Eximbank and Japan's Bank of Kyoto signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
Accordingly, the two sides will introduce their customers to use the partner's services when those customers invest in the partner bank's country. At the same time, the parties will support each other in providing market information and banking services such as opening accounts, foreign exchange transactions, credit guarantees, finding partners, and introducing customers of the two banks to each other. each other, exchange and provide professional training for staff... depending on the conditions and capabilities of each party.
Bank of Kyoto is a local Japanese bank, with total assets of 76.7 billion US dollars (March 31, 2014), established in 1941, and headquartered in Shimogyo city, Kyoto province. Bank of Kyoto has a total of 167 branches in Japan (August 26, 2014), main operations in Kyoto province and surrounding areas.
This is the second time Eximbank has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a local Japanese bank, aiming to further develop the customer base and enhance mutual support with Japanese partners. .

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