Visa Plans to Introduce Credit Cards in Burma

American credit card giant Visa Inc. held a conference in Naypyidaw on Tuesday to announce their intention to introduce Visa cards in Burma, Forbes reports. Visa discussed how the national payment network Myanmar Payment Union—a network of 17 banks that was set up early last year—and the upcoming expansion of mobile-phone services might be used to roll out its financial services. About 200 participants, including a Myanmar Central Bank deputy governor and officials from the ministries of finance, communications and tourism, attended the conference.

One Response to Visa Plans to Introduce Credit Cards in Burma

  1. For the wish of joining the “Advanced World” Burmese will become slaves  As the borrower is the slave of the lender.

    Nothing will enslave a person or people or a country  like DEBT.




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