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Updated in EWS Jul 1, 2020
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Increase financial inclusion through the development of a plataform for the Administration of Mobile Electronic Transactions for rural areas that do not have access to internet, integrating products such as: (i) savings (in the future); (ii) Lines of Credit; and (iii) channels such as mobile kiosks and financial correspondents, in which also loan payments, transfers and other services can be completed.
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