China could be opening the door to U.S.-based payments companies. Earlier this week, China granted 19 e-payment licenses, including one to a foreign-owned company, Beijing Chanjen, which is owned by the Singapore-based software company Ufida. The license allows companies to transact electronic payments in the People’s Republic.
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