The next latte you sip in China may be paid via the Tencent Wechat app.
Chinese online shoppers now have an alternative means to pay for goods online.
Chinese B2C e-commerce website JD.com and South Korean retail giant Lotte.com have signed a strategic cooperation agreement and an exclusive agreement under which JD.com will become the sole strategic partner of Lotte.com in the Chinese…
U.S.-based Digital River, Inc. has signed a payments agreement with Chinese online travel company Ctrip.
South American e-commerce buyers seeking faster shipping and more options from Chinese sellers may be smiling after a new deal was announced last week.
Japanese convenience store brand Lawson and Chinese third-party payment platform Alipay recently reached a deal to deploy mobile payment services at Lawson's retail stores.
U.S.-based digital money transfer provider Xoom Corporation launched their Chinese-language services to complement with the Chinese money transfer service they launched in February 2015.
Net 1 UEPS Technologies Inc. has acquired a 43.88% interest in Transact24 Limited, a specialist Hong Kong-based payment services company.
The supermarket retail giant Wal-Mart will be working in China with third-party payment provider Alipay and start supporting payments via Alipay in 25 outlets in Shenzhen.
Chinese real estate group Wanda and third-party Internet payment company 99Bill jointly announced that the two parties have reached a final agreement on a strategic investment.