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Cashless transactions gaining ground in Indonesia

A Jakarta commuter network ticket booth offers commuters several options for e-money payments.

JAKARTA   From palm oil growers in West Sumatra, vendors in a traditional market in Central Java, to Facebook gamers in Jakarta, Indonesia's top lender Bank Mandiriis promoting its latest electronic money product, Mandiri e-Cash.

     The bank made its first foray into the service a few years ago with Mandiri e-Money, which is card based, but e-Cash uses a mobile platform.

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