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Australians visiting China will now be able to use Alipay, the popular Chinese digital payment platform, during their trip. Alipay has today announced that for the first time ever, international visitors to the Chinese mainland can now access and use Alipay, the mobile payment and lifestyle platform used by more

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Overall transaction volume on Alipay increased 25 per cent in Australia during Golden Week – a week-long national holiday in China – compared to last year’s corresponding week. The growth was riven by strong growth in the luxury retail sector, and solid performances by airport and duty-free stores, pharmacies, and

After a successful trial in Sydney, Alipay has expanded its ‘city card’ program to Melbourne to promote the city’s leading tourist and retail destinations to Chinese visitors. The new Melbourne City Card is being promoted by City of Melbourne to participating business precincts and shopping centres as part of the

Alipay has announced a new partnership to offer restaurants around Australia a mobile ‘scan to order’ platform and free menu translation service, to enable them to more effectively reach Chinese visitors. More than 500 restaurants Australia-wide have already signed onto the joint initiative by Alipay and online food and travel

Chinese mobile payments company Alipay and Tourism Australia will pilot a new city service in Sydney to promote leading tourist and retail destinations to Chinese tourists, throughout the Chinese New Year festive period in early February. The Sydney City Card will introduce Chinese tourists to sights and activities in hotspots

Commonwealth Bank today launched Alipay on its Albert terminals, meaning 94,000 Australians businesses with point of sale device will be able to accept the popular Chinese payment method. Today’s announcement builds on the MOU signed by CommBank and Alipay back in November 2016, and adds significant scale to Alipay’s existing

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NAB will soon accept Alipay as a payment method through its point-of-sale terminals as part of a new deal between the two finance companies. The bank announced today it is testing the Chinese payment method with a small group of its business merchant customers in November, before a wider roll

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Australia’s business-only bank Tyro, announced it has gone live with its first merchant implementing Alipay, in an Australian banking first. Tax and duty-free retailer Heinemann Australia has introduced Alipay in its new stores at Gold Coast International Airport. Tyro signed a deal with Alipay in August 2018. Leadership Webinar: Which-50’s 2019 Outlook and Business

Vodafone has announced a partnership which will enable 110 of its stores across Australia to accept Chinese payment method Alipay. The agreement allows Vodafone to offer Chinese tourists their preferred QR code payment method in-store and opens a new marketing channel to reach Chinese nationals before, during and after their

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Local businesses enjoyed a bump in spending from Chinese visitors who came to Australia during the nation’s Golden Week holiday, October 1 to October 7, according to figures from Alipay. Of all nations visited during the holiday, Australia’s Alipay transaction volume ranked 9th, up 105 per cent on 2017. This