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June 11, 2002
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A U.S.-led tribunal is relaxing the standards for paying claims to Jews whose Holocaust-era accounts were frozen by Swiss banks. The Claims Resolution Tribunal, supervised by former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, also plans to speed up distribution of $800 million from Swiss banks to Holocaust victims and their heirs.

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