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Cross-Border Debit: A Small World of Big Opportunities

Every year, tens of millions of people travel from one country to another either in a business capacity or for leisure and make payments during their travel. But international travelers are not the only ones making cross-border payments, these strategies are also vital components of single currency and emerging multi-national economies. In this Note, we will explore three different applications of cross-border debit that have impacted the payments landscape and how each of them has specific consequences for the global electronic payment industry.