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Electronic payment Tencent Ali war spread "rushing" southeast original title: Ali, the Tencent "rushing" southeast newspaper reporter Liang Li Guangzhou review reported in the past 5 years, Asian countries electronic payment increase in the average increase in GDP growth of 0.06 percentage points. As the biggest competitor Chinese two domestic mutual, Internet giant Alibaba and Tencent to extend the reach of Southeast Asia, by virtue of its powerful payment platform, change the local banking industry is both the pattern. Visa (VISA) latest survey study commissioned by Moodie analysis shows that in the past 5 years, Asian countries electronic payment increase in the average increase in GDP growth of 0.06 percentage points. From 2011 to 2015, expanding the use of electronic payment, including credit cards, debit cards and prepaid cards, brought to the economy of Philippines of 4 billion 600 million pesos (about $100 million) growth, at the same time each year to create the equivalent of 3460 jobs, though, Philippines still lags behind the peripheral countries. In the rest of the Southeast Asian countries, the use of electronic payment stimulating Thailand 0.19% growth in Vietnam Singapore growth of 0.14%, growth of 0.1%, the electronic payment of the three countries in recent years have made great contribution to the growth of GDP. DBS Bank (DBS) said in an interview with CEO Piyush Gupta11 on Sept. 14, China Internet giant Alibaba and Tencent with its powerful payment platform, is to change the existing pattern of banking industry in Southeast asia. He believes that the Alibaba owned by Alipay and WeChat in the Tencent’s two largest payment platform, has brought huge impact to the banking industry ecological China. As China’s biggest competitor to each other, their tentacles extend to other parts of asia. As one of the emerging economies in Asia, the electronic payment market in Thailand is becoming more and more mature and has great potential for development. According to the Ministry of Commerce had quoted the Thailand media reported that the Central Bank of Thailand in 2016 for the first quarter of the national electronic payment data report, Thailand with the total amount of electronic payment transactions completed about 3 trillion and 880 billion baht. Its electronic payments include transfers, spending on goods and services, and salaries paid to employees through peers or across the board. The Thailand Central Bank report shows that online banking services is still one of the most popular choice of the Thai way of payment, followed by mobile banking services. Mobile banking services are increasingly recognized and loved by consumers, which can provide a more convenient payment experience with smart phones. In the past, ATM banking services are ranked before the mobile banking services. As of the first quarter of 2016, with the help of Thailand domestic online banking payments and transfers the total transaction amount of 2 trillion and 560 billion baht, an increase of 361 billion 420 million baht. Such a high amount of transactions from the side reflects the increasing acceptance of consumer electronic payment methods. As for mobile banking or mobile banking services, the cumulative transaction amount of 358 billion 560 million in the first quarter of 2016相关的主题文章: