Emerging Markets Report: Fifty Million Reasons



A commentary sponsored by emerging markets

ORLANDO, Fla., September 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – It wasn’t too long ago that we continued our coverage of Logiq, Inc. (NEO: LGIQ) (OTCQX: LGIQ), a global provider of award-winning e-commerce and financial technology solutions, with an essay on how the company announced it has launched an exclusive new mobile payment option for driving license psychological testing in Indonesia. The tests are compulsory for millions of Indonesians who wish to obtain or renew their license.

It is not that we are prophetic or even that we are so adept at identifying opportunities. We just know that agreements can lead to agreements.

And with the size of the opportunity in Indonesia. As such, it is with interest that we review the report that Logiq received approval of an annual loan rate from the Indonesian government to provide microcredit services to the over 50 million members of Badan Perlayanan Jaminan. Sosial Ketenagakerjaan (BPJSTK). BPJSTK manages pensions and health benefits for these members in Indonesia.

First of all, we love the idea of ​​microcredit, helping people in need to start a business and improve themselves. Microcredit can be amazing, transformative … mutually beneficial for lender and recipient.

As Logiq President Brent Suen said, “This approval of the lending rate by the Indonesian government represents a major step towards improving the lives of millions of Indonesians who do not have access to traditional financial services. .

This is another big issue with the Indonesian government which for us certainly implies a certain level of trust or satisfaction with the decision makers. But it is also an opportunity to change lives and potentially generate additional income for Logiq.

For more information, visit https://logiq.com/.

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