Carrefour Banque Placing Hopes Back on Payment and Credit Services

Carrefour Banque Placing Hopes Back on Payment and Credit Services

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  • The French retailer Carrefour aims for high objectives and believed in their move on the neo-banking market. Yet, as C-zam’s failed to succeed, they now seem to be focusing more on payment and credit industries, with their instalment option, for instance.

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