WASHINGTON — JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $88.3 million to settle charges related to apparent violations of economic sanctions dating back to 2005.

The settlement covers thousands of transactions, including wire transfers and loans, which were made in apparent violation of a handful of economic sanctions rules against Cuba, Iran, the Sudan and Liberia, Treasury announced in a press release Thursday.

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