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Mastercard’s digital proposal for Latin American governments

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - An agreement between the Panamanian government and the multinational payments company Mastercard aims over the next five years to digitize payments in state entities, fight against cyber fraud and expand financial inclusion, needs exacerbated by the pandemic.

This is the first country in Latin America and the Caribbean to join Mastercard's "Digital Country Partnership", a partnership that emphasizes digital security, infrastructure, education, regulation, and inclusive financial growth, according to Darren Ware, the company's vice president of government relations in the region.

The idea of the agreement, signed last week with the administration of President . . .

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