The leading Chinese online payments provider is seeking worldwide partners to establish a mobile service ecosphere with overseas airports, department stores and dining scenes as its nodes.
Chinese Internet payment service provider Alipay took steps in this direction as it announced plans to launch a new program named "Alipay+" in Singapore.
The first batch of organizations that joined this program included South Korea's KICC, Japan's Orix, and Singapore's Singeat.com, covering the markets of Asia, Europe, and North America.
Alipay will recruit partners from all over the world and open technologies and resources, covering payments, big data, and cloud computing, to them. By integrating technologies, services, and local operating strength, the Chinese company plans to establish a mobile service ecosphere with overseas airports, departmen...
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