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which bank to park money

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which bank to park money

Postby atrac » 15 May 2012, 04:36

I come to Taiwan every two years, since my wife is Taiwanese.
I would like to open a bank account (for example using her name, I think this is easier) so when I come to Taiwan I can send money from home ad withdraw in there.
I need to move money only occasionally, I do not need cards. I think I can leave some money in the account.
I am looking for an account with low fees and possibly internet banking (English is preferred but not strictly required).
Which bank do you suggest?
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