How cashless payments will reshape Asian commerce

How cashless payments will reshape commerce in Asia is an important issue, not just for Asian countries, but for the world. Moving to a cashless economy will foster economic growth and expand business opportunities throughout Asia, and in this article I want to give the Thai regulator's perspective on this and the roles market players and overseers can play to make this happen. The article is divided into five sections. The first provides a brief overview of the current state of payments markets

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