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  • Amazon lets Kenyans pay in cash for online purchases
  • Kenyans pay in cash for online Amazon purchases
    Samantha Qeja (2018) ©
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Amazon lets Kenyans pay in cash for online purchases

Amazon is allowing Kenyan shoppers to buy goods on its platform but pay in cash at Western Unions. The company is tapping into cross-border shopping growth in the region, with consumers who are comfortable with e-commerce but still wishing to pay by cash in their own currency.

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