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  • India rejects mobile money
  • India rejects mobile money
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India rejects mobile money

While mobile money is having an impact all around the world, it has failed to take off in India, where fewer mobile transfers take place than in Pakistan. But with developing countries embracing mobile payments, particularly in Africa, why hasn't the same happened in India? 

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