Payment Landscape in the Developed Markets Assessment Report by Euromonitor International

15 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster

While a vast amount of the expected payment growth lies in emerging markets, the potential of developed markets should not be overlooked. The more developed regions of North America and Western Europe accounted for 62% of the total US$11.6 trillion in card payment volume in 2011. Moreover, the developed markets continue to exhibit substantial payment growth. Both the developed and emerging markets each contributed roughly US$2.0 trillion to the absolute card payment volume over 2006-2011.

According to the report “Assessing the Payment landscape in Asia Pacific” by Euromonitor International, although the emerging markets are growing fast, the more developed regions of North America and Western Europe still contributed 62% of the total US$11.6 trillion in card payment volume in 2011.

Report Details:

Assessing the Payment landscape in Asia Pacific
Published: October, 2011
Pages: 32
Price: US$ 2.000,00

The developed markets continue to exhibit substantial payment growth. The developed and emerging markets each contributed roughly US$2.0 trillion to the absolute card payment volume over 2006-2011.

Debt as a proportion of income shows a substantial gap between developed and emerging markets. Consumers in developed markets are more likely to take on more debt than those in emerging markets.

More information can be found in the report “Assessing the Payment landscape in Asia Pacific” by Euromonitor International.

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