Argentina's Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires expects to soon get Federal Reserve Board approval to open a branch in New York, sources close to the bank said.

The $5 billion-asset bank originally applied for a license from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency in May 1992 and completed supplying information on its application in October that year.

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