The European Council on March 4 adopted a regulation on aligning the cost of cross-border euro payments between countries both inside and outside the Eurozone and also moved to increase the transparency of charges related to EU-wide foreign exchange conversion services.
According to the Council, the reform aims to align charges for cross-border euro payments for services such as credit transfers, card payments or cash withdrawals.
This measure will extend the benefits of cheap cross-border...
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