Afghanistan is getting back ATM services for the first time after Taliban comeback
The new policy permits a customer to withdraw up to USD 200 each week or 20,000 Afghani per week.
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Kathmandu, January 14. On Thursday, the Central Government-run bank of Afghanistan announced that the TM services by commercial banks will be resumed in specific areas from Saturday.
ATM services will be available for the first time since the Taliban took power.
The officials of the Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) informed local reporters that the decision was reached following a series of discussions with commercial banks and the banking union.
According to the bank’s official announcement, the new policy permits a customer to withdraw up to USD 200 each week or 20,000 Afghani per week.
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