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18th February 2015
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Americans can now send money abroad through London-based money transfer startup Transferwise, which launched its US operations with the opening of a New York office yesterday.

Transferwise adds US dollar to money transfer platform

WorldRemit has raised $100 million in a Series B funding round led by Technology Crossover Ventures to fuel the company’s expansion through partnerships with mobile money providers in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

WorldRemit raises $100m to expand mobile money partnerships

Alipay is partnering with European payments processor Limonetik to allow European merchants better online access to Chinese consumers.

Limonetik allows European e-commerce sites to add Alipay
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Myanmar Payment Union has teamed up with payment services vendor 2C2P to allow consumers in the Asian nation to pay for their online purchases by card.

Myanmar e-commerce boosted by cash-free payments

Apple is struggling to please regulators and banks as it attempts to arrange the roll-out of Apple Pay in China. Talks with card processor China UnionPay are rumoured to have stalled as Chinese regulators look on.

Apple Pay's Chinese expansion hits wall
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