GME starts re­mit ser­vice starts from Korea

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Aim­ing pro­vid­ing re­mit ser­vice for Nepalis work­ing in South Korea, Global Money Ex­press (GME) re­mit­tance com­pany has been es­tab­lished. Nepli Am­bas­sador to South Korea Ar­jun Jung Ba­hadur Singh launched the com­pany ser­vice amidst a func­tion re­cently. Al­though the Global IME Bank was pro­vid­ing re­mit­tance ser­vice since 2013, the Korean govern­ment has given per­mis­sion to a pri­vate com­pany to pro­vide re­mit­tance ser­vice for the first time. Now, Nepalis work­ing in Korea can send money to their home through On­line which can be with­drawn by the senders' rel­a­tives from all the branches of the Global IME Bank within ten min­utes. Nepali Am­bas­sador to Korea, chair­man of the Global IME Bank Chan­dra Prasad Dhakal, Nepal Ras­tra Bank's ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Bamdev Sigdel, chair­man of the Nepal-Korea Cham­ber of Com­merce and In­dus­tries Ki­ran Prakash Sakh had ad­dressed the func­tion.

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