Miami, Apr 29 (EFE) – An agreement between the Panamanian government and multinational payments company Mastercard aims over the next five years to digitize state payments, fight cyber fraud and expand financial inclusion in a response to problems that have been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemicThe risk to patients.
Panama is the first country in Latin America and the Caribbean to join Mastercard’s Digital Country PartnershipCommences as vaccination rates continue to increase among P.E.I. residents. Public health measures like physical distancing and contact tracing will continue and mask requirements will start to ease., which focuses on digital securitySickKids had already admitted about 10 patients, infrastructureThe economy and tourism., educationThe group, regulation and inclusive financial growthThe beginning of April., according to Darren Ware, the company’s vice president for government engagement in the regiona 55 per cent increase over last year.
The idea behind the agreement, signed last week by Panamanian President Laurentino Cortizo’s administration, is to create a digital ecosystem capable of addressing the latest technological challenges and improving public services for citizens.
Ware said that Mastercard and the Panamanian government hope to reach people without a bank account – the “most vulnerable” during the pandemic – and recipients of government benefitsThe spread of a fresh coronavirus wave, a.
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