Alipay Brings Chinese Money Services To Malaysian JV

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
August 27, 2017

CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, Air Max Pas Cher Malaysia’s second largest bank by asset scale, said that its subsidiary Touch n Go, lancel pas cher in which the bank holds a 52.22% stake, Women Air Jordan 12 has reached an investment agreement with Alipay to set up a joint venture entity in Malaysia.

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    CIMB also said that it is expected that the establishment of this new joint venture will not have major influence on CIMB’s profit or net asset value in 2017. Nike Pas Cher If calculating by assets,

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