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Dublin Chamber to pilot cashless payment system

One of the country's largest chambers is piloting a new cashless payment system to help members combat late payments.

24th March, 2013
Gina Quin, Dublin Chamber chief executive. Photo: Tony O'Shea

One of the country's largest chambers is piloting a new cashless payment system to help members combat late payments.

Ireland is one of the slowest countries to make payments in Europe and business-to-business cheques are compounding the cashflow problems of SMEs, according to Dublin Chamber.

The chamber's pilot Pay Online - Pay On Time initiative aims to get more businesses to go online to speed up payments and tackle cashflow problems head on.

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