The latest "challenger bank" looking to shake up retail banking could mark a big step forward for the fast-growing mobile payment sector.
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The beachhead outside the US marks a major step for Apple's mobile payments system as it faces competition from Samsung Pay and Google's Android Pay.
If the report is accurate, this would be the first step for Apple's mobile payments system outside the US as the company struggles to hash out deals with foreign banks.
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