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Vietnamese travelers can link Visa cards to China’s e-wallets

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Visa, a world’s leader in digital payments, has partnered with Tencent and Alipay to support Vietnamese travelers visiting China to link their Visa cards to e-wallets.

Vietnamese tourists can connect their Visa cards to accounts in WeChat Pay and Alipay wallets to pay at millions of points of sale for dining, transportation, shopping, and daily spending in China.

Consumers can enjoy multiple payment methods, such as scanning QR codes, presenting payment codes, and in-app payments, enhancing the consumer payment experience of Vietnamese tourists in China, both online and offline.

International Visa cards are now accepted at merchant locations in over 400 cities in China, and at China’s leading online merchants and on mobile apps, including Taobao, Ctrip, Didi, and China Railway.

“Visa is committed to digital transformation, and we are excited about the potential of our collaboration with Tencent and Alipay for consumers and businesses who enjoy traveling to China,” said Dung Dang, Visa country manager for Vietnam and Laos.

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