Central Banking

National Payment Gateway launched in Indonesia

Bank Indonesia
Photo: Christopher Jeffery

Conducting electronic payments across Indonesia’s fragmented payments network should soon become drastically easier due to the central bank’s latest payment system initiative.

Launched in early December, the National Payment Gateway forms the base infrastructure of a new interoperable, interconnected electronic payment system.

Indonesia’s current payment landscape is extremely fractured. Conducting a simple task such topping up a public transport pass is made tedious by the fact it can only be

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