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Remote 'off' switch to help Southeast Asians get car loans

Service that shuts down engines over late payments to expand

The MCCS terminal, developed by Japan's Global Mobility Service, can remotely shut down a car engine when the driver falls behind on loan payments.

TOKYO Getting a car means freedom to get around, and for many, freedom to earn a better living. Getting a loan to buy one, however, is not always that easy, particularly in emerging economies.

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