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Currently, more than 6 billion bankcards around the world now bear a UnionPay logo and cardholders can enjoy convenient and preferential payment services
UnionPay strives to promote bankcard–based innovative payment business to meet the increasingly diversified requirements for card use.
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UnionPay's recent move to tie bank cards to online retailer JD.com Inc. has called into question the division between China's two cashless-payment clearing systems.
In China’s advanced mobile payment scene, UnionPay has always been a step behind. But as China’s largest card-payment network operator, the company won’t sit back and wait to be marginalized.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has stepped into the turf war between China UnionPay and foreign rivals such as Visa and MasterCard, as the central bank took action that boosts UnionPay's dominance in its market.
The online payment unit of JD.com became a member of China UnionPay, extending the bank-card operator’s network to all major third-party payment platforms in China with the notable exception of Alipay.
The war for wallets that private tech giants have battled over years is becoming more cutthroat as state-owned financial institutions are fighting back to snatch their share of the market