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August 23, 2012

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Gav Collins

"the fact that a billion Chinese (75% of the country) and a billion Indians (76%) now use a technology when previous technologies – laptops, PCs and such like – were prohibitively expensive, means that all of us are now seeing the benefits of wireless access to electronic processing."

Apply that thought to the notion that the same demographic and many more emerging economies have little access to banking service and there is a very lucrative market there to be tapped!

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