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Mar 27. 2018
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About 7,000 state agencies nationwide are expected to use e-Payment through electronic data capture (EDC), instead of checques and cash, for financial transactions this June in order to lessen opportunities for corruption and increase safety, according to the Comptroller’s General Department (CGD).

Suttirat Rattanachot, CGD director-general, said that state agencies have been asked to make payment and receive payment through e-Payment from March 27 and Krungthai Bank expects to complete EDC installation for about 7,000 state agencies nationwide in May.


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