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SBI, PayPal ink pact for enabling cross-border transactions 21.5.2015 News
Country's largest lender State Bank of India today signed an MoU with digital payments company PayPal for facilitating cross-border transactions. SBI Managing Director and Group Executive (national banking) B Sriram said the pact will help its ...
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SBI ties up with PayPal to enable cross-border transactions 21.5.2015 HBL: Industry & Economy
State Bank of India (SBI), on Thursday, entered into a strategic partnership with digital payments company, PayPal, to facilitate cross-border trade and payments. The service wil...
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SBI partners with PayPal to enable debit card payments online 21.5.2015 ET: Banking
The country's largest bank announced a partnership with digital payments firm, PayPal, on Thursday, enabling purchase of products from overseas websites.
SBI, PayPal ink pact for enabling cross-border transactions 21.5.2015 DNA: Recent Columns
Country's largest lender State Bank of India today signed an MoU with digital payments company PayPal for facilitating cross-border transactions. SBI Managing Director and Group Executive (national banking) B Sriram said the pact will help its nine lakh SME customers make such transactions in a safe and secured manner. Initially, he said, the MoU aims at facilitating cross- border transactions after which domestic payments would be covered. Subsequently, SBI would look into e-governance areas like e-visas, e-travel documents, he said. The facility would also be available to SBI debit card holders. PayPal has presence in 203 countries and processes 11.5 million transactions every day. Later, the company would also look at the e-commerce and m-commerce space in India, he said. PayPal has development centres in Bangalore and Chennai. File Photo dna Research & ...
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SBI sniffs online opportunity 21.5.2015 Telegraph: Business
The e-commerce bug has bit India's largest bank. The State Bank of India (SBI) today entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Amazon to develop payment and commerce solutions for customers and small businesses.
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Banks tie up with e-tailers to tap digital space 20.5.2015 HBL: Banking
Amid the surge in e-commerce transactions and online payments, big banks are tying up with e-commerce firms to tap the digital space. State Bank of India has partnered with global e-comm...
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SBI ties up with Amazon.in 20.5.2015 New Kerala: Business India
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SBI ties up with Amazon.in 20.5.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The State Bank of India (SBI) and Amazon.in on Wednesday signed a pact to identify areas of cooperation to build a digital India which meets the aspirations of the next generation of customers and small businesses.
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SBI turns aggressive in Digital, online space 20.5.2015 News
In a bid to grab business in the digital commerce space, the country's largest lender State Bank of India has been aggressively collaborating with on-line retailers such as Amazon and Snapdeal, and is ramping up card products and payments solutions ...
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SBI ties up with Amazon.in 20.5.2015 Deccan Herald - Business
The State Bank of India (SBI) and Amazon.in on Wednesday signed a pact to identify areas of cooperation to build a digital India which meets the aspirations of the next generation of customers and small businesses. SBI and Amazon.in will develop trusted and frictionless payments and commerce solutions for customers and small businesses, capitalizing on the exponential growth in internet penetration to drive the adoption of e-commerce and m-commerce in India, a statement said. "As the premier bank of the country, we are always exploring ways to fulfill the aspirations of our millions of customers. Our partnership with e-commerce platforms like Amazon would give a fillip to e-commerce in India and brings lots of value to our retail and SME customers," said SBI chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya. She said the bank is working on ways to enrich customers payment experience and opening up the windows of e-commerce to its SME customers. "E-commerce as an industry is at inflection point and SBI stands with all the ...
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SBI inks pact with Amazon for payment, commerce solutions 20.5.2015 FirstPost: Business

The SBI, country's largest lender, will also provide loans to SME customers who supply products to Amazon to help them increase their operations.

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SBI ties-up with Amazon for payment and commerce solutions 20.5.2015 DNA: Recent Columns
State Bank of India on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with e-commerce player Amazon to develop payment and commerce solutions for customers and small businesses. "Amazon is a very large company in the digital commerce space. We have a very large group of customers who could benefit by getting connected with this platform. The idea of the MoU is that we can try and give customers a good experience in both buying and selling," SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya told reporters. She said the bank is working on ways to enrich customers' payment experience and opening up the windows of e-commerce to its SME customers through this tie-up. Amazon India Vice President and Country Manager Amit Agarwal said, "In SBI, we have a fantastic partner whom customers and businesses trust through long-standing relationships, sometimes over generations. Moreover, SBI shares Amazon's philosophy of building customer trust and investing for the long term." The SBI, country's largest lender, will also ...
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SBI ties up with Amazon to access financing for $22b Indian e-commerce market 20.5.2015 ET: Banking
State Bank of India is getting into what it calls seller financing. Diversifying from large projects, SBI is moving to fund seller's businesses on Amazon, Snapdeal and Paypal.
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SBI inks pact with Amazon for payment, commerce solutions 20.5.2015 Asian Age: Business
The SBI, country's largest lender, will also provide loans to SME customers who supply products to Amazon to help them increase their operations Mumbai: State Bank of India on May 20 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with e-commerce player Amazon to develop payment and commerce solutions for customers and small businesses. "Amazon is a very large company in the digital commerce space. We have a very large group of customers who could benefit by getting connected with this platform. The idea of the MoU is that we can try and give customers a good experience in both buying and selling," said SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya on May 20. She said the bank is working on ways to enrich customers' payment experience and opening up the windows of e-commerce to its SME customers through this tie-up. Amazon India Vice President and Country Manager Amit Agarwal said, "In SBI, we have a fantastic partner whom customers and businesses trust through long-standing relationships, sometimes over generations. ...
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China stocks up on Shenzhen index expansion, industrial upgrade plan 20.5.2015 Sify Finance
SHANGHAI, May 20 (Reuters) - China stocks climbed on Wednesday, energised by a surge in tech-heavy, Shenzhen-listed shares after the city's bourse dramatically expanded the number of firms in a
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SBI ties up with Amazon 20.5.2015 HBL: Industry & Economy
Amid a wave of e-commerce and surge in online payments, State Bank of India has partnered with global e-commerce firm Amazon to service its customers and small businesses. "SBI and...
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Chinese stocks up on Shenzhen index expansion, industrial upgrade plan 20.5.2015 HBL: Stock Markets
Chinese stocks climbed on Wednesday and looked on track to challenge seven-year highs, energised by a surge in tech-heavy, Shenzhen-listed shares after the city’s bourse dramatically expanded the...
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Government’s plan on goods standards hits hurdle 20.5.2015 ET: Policy
The current law prescribes Indian Standards for only a handful of products and expansion of it requires an amendment to the legislation.
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Corporates see opportunities in ‘Make in India’ campaign 20.5.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Corporates see opportunities in ‘Make in India’ campaign
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China stocks up on Shenzhen index expansion, industrial upgrade plan; HK mixed 20.5.2015 Sify Finance
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