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  • Mexico adopts mobile payments
  • Mexico adopts mobile payments
    Ted McGrath (2014) ©
SIGNAL

Mexico adopts mobile payments

In a row of makeshift shops in Mexico City, three generations of cooks whip up delicacies to tempt passers by. For now, your craving for Mexican street food will only be satisfied if you have some pesos handy. Can a new mobile payments initiative help small Mexican businesses to thrive?

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