Indonesian payment platform LinkAja plans to launch first sharia service in November LinkAja is looking to tap into the sharia economy, after it obtained a certificate of sharia suitability from the National Sharia Council at the Islamic Digital Day conference held last Monday in the country’s capital Jakarta.
AsiaKredit partners with Lazada Philippines to offer instalment-based credit Singapore-headquartered fintech company AsiaKredit on Tuesday announced its strategic partnership with Lazada Philippines. The partnership will allow Alibaba-backed e-commerce firm’s Filipino customers to buy products on fixed monthly instalments, powered by AsiaKredit’s one of the three payment options eShopaLoan.
Delta Capital Myanmar invests more money in internet service firm Frontiir Existing backer Myanmar-based private equity fund manager Delta Capital Myanmar (DCM) is putting in additional capital in local internet service company Frontiir along with two of its limited partners as co-investors, according to a press statement.
Tokopedia, Gojek, and Grab partner with Jakarta’s government to accelerate smart city development Indonesia e-commerce unicorn Tokopedia, along with super-apps Gojek, Grab, and other five startups, have signed a partnership with the Jakarta government to accelerate the development of the capital’s smart city project.