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  • India ready to say goodbye to cash
  • India ready to say goodbye to cash
    Kirsten (2009) ©

India ready to say goodbye to cash

Cash is king in India, where many people use their debit cards solely to withdraw money from ATMs. But mobile commerce is taking off, with e-commerce giants Amazon and Alibaba driving an increasing openness to e-payments and internet banking by introducing mobile payment systems.



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