Nationwide push for cashless society in Thailand


Reducing cash: Thailand will be facilitating nationwide adoption of the QR Code payment method.

AS PART of Thailand’s aspiration to become a cashless society, the country will soon adopt a new nationwide e-payment method using the so-called QR Code familiar to social media users.

The Bank of Thailand has approved plans by five commercial banks – Kasikornbank, Siam Commercial Bank, Bangkok Bank, Krungthai Bank and Government Savings Bank – to introduce the QR Code e-payment service.

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