Switching cash for card will help bring vulnerable communities into the formal economy and cut emissions, Mastercard's first chief sustainability officer Kristina Kloberdanz tells BusinessGreen
Mastercard has a very clear vision of what the future should look like. Put simply, it should be cashless. If you live in a major city, you probably already have experienced a taste of what a cashless...
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