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  • Indians are fast to adopt new fintech solutions
  • Indians are fast to adopt new fintech solutions
    Jay Parmar (2017) ©
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Indians are fast to adopt new fintech solutions

What will the future of personal finance look like? Will we go all digital and abandon cash altogether? According to new research, Indian consumers are among the fastest when it comes to adopting digital solutions for managing your personal finances.

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