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Q: Are there any Agricultural banks open on Saturday?

I'm hoping to get a Western Union transfer tomorrow, does anyone know of an Agricultural Bank that will do it on Saturday? Preferably around the University of Science and Technology Beijing (in Haidian, between Wudaokou and Mudanyuan).

7 years 5 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - Beijing

 
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All Banks in China are open 7 days a week.

Similar like Churches in the West.

 

I am not familiar with ABC Bank, but I have accounts in few different Chinese Banks, and they are all open every day, even on Sundays.

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Almost all the bank in China will be opened everyday,but there are some difference between different religion.working time:8:30am-5pm.When you met holiday or weekend,may be the working time will be shorter.if you do not know,you can call the CS telephone number:95599

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