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The future of money: three ways to go cashless

Non-cash payments are on the rise all over the world. Our writers explain how digital technology has changed the way consumers shop in three important markets: America, China and India.

00:00 Cashless transactions are on the rise
00:18 America: account and card
02:01 India: Unified Payment Interface
04:06 China: App payments

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