Why More Effective Mobile Money Usage Can be an Economic Game Changer for Rural Africa

Governments in Africa can leverage mobile money to transform parts of the informal economy into new sources of tax revenues

Why More Effective Mobile Money Usage Can be an Economic Game Changer for Rural Africa
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