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MasterCard Archives

Consumers embrace tap-and-go payments in pandemic’s wake

Ninety-one per cent of Asia-Pacific consumers and 79 per cent of people globally say they are now using tap-and-go payme...

Mastercard partners with Tappy to embed payment functions into wearables

Payments technology company Mastercard and wearable token service provider Tappy Technologies are collaborating to enabl...
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Asia Pacific’s five most popular cities revealed in Mastercard report

Asia Pacific’s five most popular cities for international travellers – Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo and Seoul...

Four Asia-Pacific markets account for one-fifth of global travel spending

Visitors from Mainland China, the Republic of Korea, Japan and Taiwan now account for 18.5 per cent of global travel spe...

How much do Hongkongers spend on Valentine’s Day?

How much do Hongkongers spend on Valentine’s Day? More than previously thought, according to new research.

Hong Kong still among world’s most-visited cities

Hong Kong has made the Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index as one of Asia Pacific’s top 10 most-visited cities fo...

Mastercard develops card fraud device with Singapore police

Credit card firm Mastercard has announced a partnership with the Singapore Police to implement the world’s first device ...

Pizza Hut Singapore trialling robot

Pizza Hut Singapore has introduced a robot that takes orders and processes payments.

New Link Asset Park & Dine app will even pay for parking

Link Asset Management’s new Park & Dine app lets mall customers pay for both their shopping and parking.

SPH Buzz hybrid store has self-service option

SPH Buzz has partnered with Mastercard to launch a hybrid store that includes attended and unattended retail counters.