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Story continues below Australian banks, reliant on an older generation of computing infrastructure, halt bank-to-bank account processing over weekends and holidays, effectively slowing the flow of money between retails customers and businesses. Mr
Underneath the endless brown steppe in the remote northeastern corner of Mongolia, known as Dornod, lies a vast store of uranium. It's a four-hour drive on a dirt track from Mongolia's capital, Ulan Bator, to what is now just a collection of yurts.
Australians have not quite made the leap to paying by mobile phone. These are the initial findings of the Reserve Bank's strategic review of the payments systems, the full report due for publication midyear. The bank tracked the payment habits of