How mobile banking is taking off in Côte d'Ivoire 

Local commercial banks have failed to meet the needs of the everyday customers, says Serge Dan Kouadio, a financial expert Image: REUTERS/Macline Hien

Kingsley Kobo

Specialist of Francophone West Africa, Quartz


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A majority of Côte d'Ivoire residents now utilize mobile money services. Image: Quartz

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