Chinese mobile payment platform Alipay, in collaboration with tax refund agency Global Tax Free, has launched what it claims is the world's first paperless mobile tax refund function in South Korea.
Chinese visitors to Melbourne can give licensed buskers the digital equivalent of a few coins via QR code, while locals can use "tap-n-go" cards in Australia's first digital payment busker solution.
Independent EFTPOS and payment provider Smartpay Holding has signed a deal with Chinese payment provider Alipay that will give up to 25,000 Australian and New Zealand Smartpay merchants the ability to access what is China's preferred payment method.
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