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  • Google's subsea cable gives tech access to the unbanked
  • Google's subsea cable gives tech access to the unbanked
    Elvin Hage (2016) ©
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Google's subsea cable gives tech access to the unbanked

Cloud computing is pegged as the solution to financial inclusion in Southeast Asia, where just 27% of the population have a bank account. As Google pulls ahead in the region’s cloud-race with its undersea cable project, opportunities for Fintech brands to reach these consumers are increasing.

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