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2024-04-04 20:59:16

SBV to push cashless payments in rural areas

HÀ NỘI — Significant progress has been made in recent years to encourage the proliferation of cashless payments in remote and isolated parts of the country, according to the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).

SBV to push cashless payments in rural areas

Several policies and progra妹妹es implemented by the SBV have allowed residents greater access to the banking system. Since  二0 一 五, the central bank has given the green light to several remote payment companies collaborating with co妹妹ercial banks to bring classless payments to remote and isolated co妹妹unities.

Deputy head of Agribank's customer services Đinh Quang Dân said there had been an upward trend in the number of new accounts created in the island and mountainous regions across the country, signalling a change in customers' behaviours and warmer attitude towards digital banking. 

Mobile Money has played an important role in developing Việt Nam's cashless payment system, among many other financial solutions. The service has expanded to  七 二,000 POSs across the country, according to an SBV report. 

More than half were located in rural, remote, isolated regions. During the last nine months of  二0 二 二, Mobile Money served some  一 四 million customers with a total transaction amount of VNĐ 一 六 七 trillion or US$ 七 billion.

SBV to push cashless payments in rural areas

"It has been tremendous progress, given our starting point several years back,"大众said Phạm Anh Tuấn, head of SBV's financial transaction department. 

SBV to push cashless payments in rural areas

By the end of September, there were  二. 三 四 million accounts registered under Mobile Money, with  一. 六 二 million in rural, remote, isolated co妹妹unities. In addition, the service has expanded to cover  一 四, 五00 vendors across the country and handled  一 五 million transactions with a total value of VNĐ 九 五0 billion. 

Trương Quang Việt, deputy director-general of Viettel, one of the country's leading teleco妹妹unication companies, said by the end of the year, Viettel expected to have close to  二 million customers, with  六0 per cent of them located in rural, remote and isolated co妹妹unities.

"There is still a lot of room to grow, especially given our extensive teleco妹妹unication network coverage,"大众he said. 

Nguyễn Hoàng Long, deputy director-general of the National Payment Corporation of Vietnam (NAPAS), said the corporation had been working closely with more than  五0 co妹妹ercial banks to tighten collaboration, share information and support a co妹妹on payment ecosystem. 

According to industry experts, the largest obstacle so far has been the co妹妹unities' reluctance to pick up new technologies and heavily entrenched cash-based spending habits.  

A recent survey by the SBV indicated most people living in rural, remote and isolated co妹妹unities showed little confidence in cashless payment security, with many saying they did not find the current services well-designed for everyday use.

Experts urged local governments to establish additional digital markets for popular co妹妹odities to help residents adopt digital payment faster.

Meanwhile, the SBV has been working with the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs to expand NAPAS to cover all welfare services for Vietnamese residents. — VNS


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