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Airtel group ties up with Mastercard to develop products for farmers, SMEs

The collaboration will bring together Mastercard's global and local experience in developing advanced financial solutions and Airtel Payments Bank's strong distribution network

Farmers pluck flowers in an orchard during ongoing COVID lockdown in Nadia district. Photo: PTI
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The collaboration aims at building a digital platform which provides farmers with knowledge about advanced farming techniques.

BS Web TeamAgencies New Delhi
Airtel Payments Bank (APBL) has partnered with Mastercard to develop customized products catering to customers across the underbanked spectrum including farmers, small and medium enterprises, and retail customers.

As part of the Government's vision of Digital India and Banking for every Indian, both entities have been working towards driving the adoption of formal banking and digital payments in the country.

The collaboration will bring together Mastercard's global and local experience in developing advanced financial solutions and Airtel Payments Bank's strong distribution network to reach the last mile and its large customer base.

The collaboration aims at building a digital platform

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First Published: May 26 2020 | 4:01 PM IST

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