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Over 1.5 million Peruvians to receive bank accounts so they can access government social benefits

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru's Banco de la Nación plans to introduce into the banking system more than 1.5 million people who currently do not have an account in any bank, so that they can access the Yanapay voucher, a subsidy of approximately US$85 per person recently launched by the government of President Pedro Castillo for families living in poverty.

According to the deputy manager of Banco de la Nación, Marco Silva, the beneficiaries of this aid must activate a basic digital account that allows them to receive monetary subsidies and withdraw them at ATMs . . .

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