The service will be provided through banks in the two countries through membership with electronic payment service provider PT Artajasa Pembayaran Elektronis (Artajasa) from Indonesia and its counterpart, the Malaysian Electronic Payment System (MEPS), The Jakarta Post reported Friday.
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