To provide Indian clients with a platform for simple international e-commerce payments, NPCI International Payments Ltd (NIPL) and digital payments infrastructure provider PPRO signed a definitive agreement on Thursday.

According to a joint release, the deal intends to increase the acceptance of RuPay cards and UPI among PPRO’s international clients, including payment service providers (PSPs) and global merchant acquirers.

The addition of India to PPRO’s Local Payment Method (LPM) coverage map will result from this partnership, which will propel NIPL’s continuous expansion into international markets.

According to the statement, the alliance between NIPL, a fully owned subsidiary of National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI).

PPRO will enable global PSPs, banks, payment gateways, and businesses with payment platforms to expand globally and provide international e-commerce merchants with access to Indian consumers.

Customers can easily make international purchases in Indian rupees using their preferred form of payment.

UPI, which was introduced in 2016, is the most widely used instant payment system in India, handling 40% of all immediate payments completed globally and 60% of all domestic payments.

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