Mutual payment systems recognition for Russia and India
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Indian banks may start accepting Mir payment cards.
Russia and India are planning to recognize each other's payment systems.
The issue of mutual recognition of RuPay and Mir was discussed during the recent visit of India's National Security Adviser Ajit Doval to Moscow.
Among other things, the possibility of active use of national currencies in bilateral trade was also considered.
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And it will liberate the Global South from both western debt and IMF-induced austerity.
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In this respect, it will be no different from the example set by the countries issuing these currencies who thought it appropriate to steal foreign exchange reserves of Iraq, Iran, Venezuela, Afghanistan, and Russia to the tune of trillions of dollars.
Full article: Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Cradle
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