Getting smarter?

Bull, Becky
May 1999
Progressive Grocer;May99, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p131
Trade Publication
Discusses the use of smart cards in the United States. Features of the smart card; Problems about making the cards appealing to the consumers in the (US); Problems encountered by the University of Michigan's smart cards; Information on smart card programs of several companies.


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