Dutch regulator starts market study into tech firms on payment market

Wednesday 23 October 2019 | 09:15 CET | News
The Dutch regulator ACM has, at the request of the country's Ministry of Finance, started a market study into the activities of large tech companies operating on the Dutch payment market, including Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook. The regulator will also see if major Chinese tech companies such as Tencent and Alibaba plan to become active on the Dutch or European payment market. The regulator wants to know: what are these companies planning and what effects will this have on consumers and companies. Plus, what new payment options will be coming to the market? And will small businesses get

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Categories: General
Companies: ACM / Alibaba / Amazon / Apple / Google / Tencent
Countries: Netherlands
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