Financial inclusion has been a priority for Latin American policy makers for the last five years, with governments across the region working to offer low-fee bank accounts, improve access to credit and encourage the development of mobile and e-banking in rural regions.
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23rd March 2017
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Dear Subscriber,

In this issue of the PaymentEye e-newsletter we take a closer look at payments in South America, in particular how banks are plunging resources into increasing levels of financial inclusion in the region and the effect this is having on e-commerce.

And in other news, Cardtronics and Populus have teamed up to assess the importance of cash to the UK high street, and Samsung has launched its rival tech to Siri and Alexa.

We hope you enjoy the issue.

Headline News
 

Financial inclusion has been a priority for Latin American policy makers for the last five years, with governments across the region working to offer low-fee bank accounts, improve access to credit and encourage the development of mobile and e-banking in rural regions.

Financial inclusion in Latin America: what does it mean for e-commerce?
 
Insights in Focus
 

Cardtronics UK and and independent research company Populus have teamed up to determine whether cash is still used by UK shoppers.

Consumer survey: The value of cash on the UK high street
 

Samsung has announced the launch of Bixby, the virtual assistant for the new Galaxy S8.

Samsung introduces new virtual assisant Bixby
 
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