Monitise Adds Chinese-Language Platform

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4:21 PM EDT December 3rd, 2013

Monitise has launched a Chinese-language version of its Mobile Money platform, the company reported in a December 3 press release.

The Hong Kong launch is part of its effort to expand its services into mainland China, according to the company.

Monitise CEO Alastair Lukies also accompanied British Prime Minister David Cameron as part of a trade mission to China.

“I’m delighted to be in such good company on this trip alongside many leading interests representing British industry, academia and the arts all seeking to strengthen our trading ties with one of the world’s most dynamic economies,” Lukies said in a December 3 statement.

To learn more about Monitise’s recent Chinese developments, read the full press release here.

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