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Allied Wallet and CEO Andy Khawaja Featured as Leader for Online Payment Processing

CEO Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet, a globally leading provider of online payment processing offering various payment solutions in 196 countries all over the world, was featured on the cover of Corporate Vision magazine as a “Recognised Leader for Online Payment Processing.” The cover of Corporate Vision featured Dr. Andy Khawaja and a brief introduction […]

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Allied Wallet CEO Featured in Financial Times

Allied Wallet, a global FinTech company offering various payment solutions in 196 countries, is featured in an article in the Financial Times’ FTWeekend titled, “Africa’s New Wallet.” Allied Wallet and its CEO – Dr. Andy Khawaja – are recognized and celebrated for their dedicated efforts in providing new opportunity and payment functionalities in Africa.  “Investing […]

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Allied Wallet and Founder Andy Khawaja Celebrate New Office in China

Allied Wallet, a globally leading provider of mainstream online payment processing, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new office in Beijing, China with hundreds of customers, fans, and partners. Allied Wallet China’s Beijing office recently opened to support the overwhelming demand of the region. China has the world’s largest e-commerce market by transaction value with online […]

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Allied Wallet CEO Andy Khawaja Seeks to Bridge Borders in New Forbes Article

CEO Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet, a globally leading provider of mainstream online payment processing, was featured on Forbes in an article that encourages international e-commerce to promote more sales for business owners. Dr. Andy Khawaja’s Forbes article titled “How To Cater Your E-Commerce Business To A Global Audience” takes note of the international trade […]

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Deadly Takata Airbags Prompt Recalls Of 1.4 Million Cars

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recently  begun an investigation into four car makers – Mitsubishi, Audi, Honda and Toyota – concerning 1.4 million faulty and potentially-fatal Takata airbag inflators. Official documents state that Takata haven’t provided specific details on the faulty makes, models or model years of the cars possessing these defective inflators, so  the highway safety […]

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