Event: 2nd Asia Finance Forum: FinTech and Sustainable Development

Digital Payment in Public Utilities: The Indonesia Experience

08 November 2017
Author / Speaker: 
Triyono [node:field_last_name], Indonesia Financial Services Authority
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Indonesia employs a digital payment scheme for public transport. It uses a single card for payments to the commuter train, buses, and road tolls. This presentation illustrates how the scheme is implemented in the country.

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