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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?
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has imposed a penalty on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) for allowing certain traders to gain unfair advantage amid co-location services the exchange offered to brokers