Serving the ‘unserved and underserved’


IT did not take long for a senior opposition politician to question the rationale behind Bank Negara’s award of digital banking licences.

He questioned whether the winners, being five major consortia, would assist ordinary people operating micro businesses at night markets or road-side food stalls in small towns like Baling, Padang Terap, Bachok and Hulu Terengganu.

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