Tech companies are showing concern over regulations requiring firms selling computer equipment to Chinese banks to reveal secret source code and build back doors into their products. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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2nd February 2015
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Tech companies are showing concern over regulations requiring firms selling computer equipment to Chinese banks to reveal secret source code and build back doors into their products.

Foreign tech firms shut out by Chinese regulations
 
New Products & Technology

Internet-based payment platforms still rely too heavily on card payments that limit their reach to Western Europe and North America, according to Patrick Collison, CEO of Stripe.

Payment technology not keeping up with demand, says Stripe founder
 

Aditya Birla Nuvo, a majority investor in India’s third-biggest cellular carrier Idea Cellular, and retailer Future Group, have applied for licences to run payment banks in India.

India's payment bank drive sees more big name applicants
 

“2014 was arguably the most eventful year in Visa Europe’s history,” says CEO Nicholas Huss. “Has there ever been a more interesting time to work in the world of payments?”

Visa Europe to invest €216m in digital payments in 2015
 
Partnerships

Lebanese commercial bank Al-Mawarid is adding Misys’ mobile and online banking solutions to its digital offerings.

Lebanon’s Al-Mawarid Bank boosts digital services with Misys solutions
 
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Offering free bank accounts is an unsustainable practice that increases the likelihood that British banks will try and squeeze profits from customers elsewhere, PwC have argued.

Charge customers for accounts, PwC tells British banks
 
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