This research aims to pursue industrial cooperation and coordination between
African countries and South Korea through the analysis of Ghana and Uganda’s
mobile financial markets and its surrounding environment in Africa, specifically
Kenya. With the support of the international community, African economies
and their industries have begun to bloom. However, addressing the totality
of the financial sector, there is still a long way to go due to limitations in
distance, institutional infrastructure, and social agreements. Even so, Africa
is headed on the right path, especially with the proliferation of mobile phones.
In Kenya, many are enjoying the benefits from finance services offered, i.e.
money transactions to glossary shopping, through Vodafone's M-PESA service.
It can be said that the African mobile finance services are considerably mature
compared to that of other regions. (The rest omitted)
아프리카 모바일금융시장 현황과 한국의 협력방안: 가나와 우간다를 중심으로(The African mobile finance industrial cooperation and coordination between African countries and South Korea: in cases of Ghana and Uganda)
|Series Title; No||연구보고서 / 15-35|
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
|Subject||Economy < Financial Policy|