Brazil Moves Fast To Meet '06 Standards Deadline

Krebsbach, Karen
August 2004
Bank Technology News;Aug2004, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on Brazil's efforts to meet the January 2006 deadline set for complying with the smart card standard set by MasterCard International Inc. and Visa International Inc. Requirements for banks and other businesses; Issuance of cards that comply with the standard among Brazilian banks; Importance of the standards to credit fraud prevention.


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