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June 22, 2001
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German banks will make millions of dollars as a result of exchange rates from the transfer of funds to pay Holocaust-era slave and forced laborers, German officials acknowledged. The officials made the comment after the Polish-German Reconciliation Foundation, which will distribute payments to former laborers in Poland, charged that Germany had set an artificially low exchange rate for the $788 million earmarked for Poland.

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