UnionPay Tag

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Friday that holders of China-based UnionPay credit cards will be allowed to file for valued-added tax refunds in select department stores in Taipei and Kaohsiung, starting from July.Read More
The other day, UnionPay International announced in Shanghai the launch of its Summer Marketing Campaign. Read More
68 million UnionPay cards have been issued in over 40 countries and regions by the end of November.Read More
UnionPay International is having more say in expanding in the global market and surpassed global competitors to become the No 1 foreign card brand in South Korea.Read More
Earlier this month, the U.S. said it would grant Chinese tourists 10-year multiple-entry visas. Now, New Zealand is also easing up on Chinese tourists—or at least, on the wealthy ones.Read More
UnionPay International announced on Wednesday that it will offer discounts to UnionPay cardholders during visits to certain world-renowned tourist destinations.Read More

Posted On November 11, 2014By StefanIn Business, Consumer, News, Media, Shopping

UnionPay eyes far beyond China Market

With its network expanding to more than 140 countries and regions, UnionPay has become a global payment brand with an extremely large cardholder base, said a senior executive.Read More

Posted On September 9, 2014By StefanIn Business, Economics, News, Shopping

Quiet Rise of China UnionPay

China UnionPay is much less well-known than other major credit card brands, so many people might be surprised to learn that it is now the global leader in plastic.Read More
UnionPay International and Amadeus sign an agreement to integrate UnionPay debit and credit cards into the Amadeus Payment Platform (APP).Read More
Chinese tourists no long need to bring a large amount of US dollars when traveling in South Korea, as they can choose to use China UnionPay, or even Renminbi in cash in some stores.Read More