In Japan’s remote areas, banks may soon pay visits to customers with mobile ATM vans

An increasing number of regional banks in Japan are introducing automated teller machines mounted on vehicles to cater mainly to elderly people living in remote areas with no bank-run ATMs. Shimane Shinkin Bank in Shimane Prefecture plans to introduce an …
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