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Kang Shiren (Central News Agency in New Delhi) It is hard to imagine that a smart thin-film SIM card from Taiwan has become India's hope for popularizing digital payments and electronic wallets to rural and remote areas. Taisi Technology, which owns this patented technology, has become the second foreign investment to obtain a PPI license in India. Just when New Delhi was hit by the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19, Wuhan pneumonia) epidemic and severe air pollution, all foreigners who could run ran back to China, but He Junxin, chairman of Taisi Technology Group, left Taipei in October. Fly to New Delhi for a month. This is because Taisi Technology’s reinvestment in India, Eroute Technologiesy, obtained a license from the photo background removing Reserve Bank of India (RBI, the Reserve Bank of India) in September, allowing non-bank companies to engage in “prepaid tools” for digital payments and e-wallets. Payment Instrument, PPI). In order to build the system as soon as possible and promote the business, so that rural and remote areas in India can enjoy the convenience of digital payment and electronic wallets, He Junxin personally came to New Delhi to provide necessary assistance. India is a vast country, and many rural and remote villages have no bank presence at all and lack the Internet. According to a 2018 World Bank report, India has the second-highest unbanked population in the world, after China. Some 190 million Indians are unbanked, a figure that has improved significantly since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014 to push for a financial inclusion measure that would make everyone a bank account. Rural areas and rural areas are the biggest obstacles to Modi's demonetization policy and promotion of cashless transactions at the end of 2016. Because most of the people in these areas do not have bank accounts or smartphones, and there is a lack of internet services in the local areas, they cannot use local mobile payment and electronic payment services such as Paytm, Mobikwik, etc., which are active due to demonetization and require smartphone operation. Wallet software to pay utility bills, transfer money and online transactions and other daily necessities.
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