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Electronic Money: Consumer Protection, Law Enforcement, Supervisory and Cross Border Issues

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Group of Ten, Electronic Money: Consumer Protection, Law Enforcement, Supervisory and Cross Border Issues (Apr. 1997) (full-text).

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This report is the results of a study to developed a broader understanding of the policy issues facing governments as a result of electronic money and to identify any issues that could benefit from additional international cooperation. Building on the extensive body of previous analysis and work on this subject, the report concentrated on three broad policy areas: consumer issues, law enforcement issues, and supervisory issues.

The primary objectives of the report are to develop a broader understanding of the policy issues facing governments as a result of the development and use of certain types of innovative retail electronic payment systems, and to identify any issues that could benefit from additional international cooperative efforts. The report focuses on the identification of broad policy objectives among the G-10 countries and the analysis of national approaches taken to date.

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