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Open banking, which uses third-party applications to give consumers more access and control over their financial accounts, launched in Brazil at the end of last year.
Why it matters
Making it easier for people to pay for things is central to buying behaviors, and may have an even more significant impact in countries such as Brazil, where 45 million people don’t use bank accounts.
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