Asia Prepaid Card Market Future Reviewed in New Timetric Study Published at

15 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Although cash remains the main payment instrument in Asia, the use of cards has increased, supported by strong economic growth, the region’s expanding middle class, and government support for initiatives aimed at reducing physical currency transactions.

China comes across as a mature market with a strong focus on gift cards, but changes in legislation aiming to close legal loopholes may pose a challenge to further development. India emerges as the country offering the most opportunities, owing to a growing middle-class and already well-established prepaid cards market, mainly focused on payroll and travel cards

New market research study “The Asian Prepaid Cards Market” worked out by Timetric provides a comprehensive guide to the prepaid market in Asia, covering not only the behemoths of China and India, but also Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. The study reviews the leading players, product availability, as well as business and operating models in the sector. It also addresses the challenges affecting the Asian prepaid market, besides shedding light onto the key market drivers.

Report Details:

The Asian Prepaid Cards Market
Published: February, 2012
Pages: 50
Price: US$ 3.800,00

More new market research studies by the publisher can be found at Timetric page.


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