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It seems fitting that China - the first country in the world to invent paper money - should also be the first to go cashless. But could it create more problems, particularly for payments, than it solves?
Treasurers might be familiar with the EMS and the TMS, but the order and execution management (OEMS) has only just found its way into the conversation. CT looks at the growth of this new entrant into management systems