On 11/1/2012, the European Commission presents a Green Paper seeking the views of stakeholders on the obstacles hindering further integration in the European market for card, internet and mobile payments and how these could be resolved.
This Green Paper launching the consultation assesses the current landscape of card, internet and mobile payments in Europe, identifies the gaps between the current situation and the vision of a fully integrated payments market and the barriers which have created these gaps. The objective of the Green Paper is to launch a broad consultation process with stakeholders to validate and contribute to the Commission’s analysis and to help identify the right way to improve market integration and ensure effective competition in these promising payment technologies.
Only the original language version is authentic and it prevails in the event of its differing from the translated versions.
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||Young women entering a restaurant and sitting down (2 shots)
||Young women ordering a coffee (4 shots)
||Young woman making a credit card payment (9 shots)
||Young man, with his pc, entering a restaurant which provides a Wifi service
||Young man ordering goods via an internet site (4 shots)
||Young man making an on-line debit card payment (6 shots)
||Young woman subscribing otthe Paypal site (8 shots)
Paypal is a secure means of payment as bank details are never included.
||Young woman purchasing clothes on-line purchase and paying with Paypal (8 shots)
||Young man settling his mobile telephone bill by telephone (10 shots)
||Young woman arriving at a bus stop and purchasing a ticket via mobile telephone (3 shots)
||Young woman getting on a bus (3 shots)