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Global Banking News - 11 March 2011

Money transfer company Western Union Co (NYSE: WU) has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Japan-based Seven Bank, a unit of Seven & I Holdings Co.

The association would allow the money-transfer company to expand its operations in Japan.

Under the association, funds would be transferred from accounts at the bank to pre-registered overseas accounts. Recipients would be able to withdraw money from worldwide locations of Western Union.

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