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Consumer Payments Market Trends in Different Countries Discussed by GlobalData in Its New Research Reports Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

31 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Market Publishers informs that its research partner, GlobalData, has recently issued a range of topical research reports covering the consumer payments market performance and trends across different countries. These cutting-edge research publication has been recently added at MarketPublishers.com.

New Country Consumer Payments Market Reports by GlobalData Include:

Payments in Indonesia 2017: What Consumers Want?. At present, debit cards remain the key preferred payment cards in Indonesia. But, the usage is mostly restricted to ATM cash withdrawals, this is attributed to the fact that both merchants and consumers still give preference to cash. With continued efforts of the country’s government to promote the POS infrastructure and card acceptance, the number of POS transactions in Indonesia has increased and is set to keep on increasing. In order to enhance the security of payments, the central bank of Indonesia has mandated the transition of all payment cards to EMV standards by the end of 2021…

Payments in Taiwan 2017: What Consumers Want?. The Taiwanese consumers have a strong inclination to cash for day-to-day transactions despite the gradual uptake in electronic payments. The country’s e-commerce sector has a huge growth potential, it will be propelled by the increasing mobile Internet penetration and increasing middle-class populations. The payment acceptance network in Taiwan is still underdeveloped, with just one 1 point of sale terminal per 195 people and 1 ATM per 868 people in 2017…

Payments in Turkey 2017: What Consumers Want?. Presently, the card penetration and turnover per card is rather high in Turkey, indicating that consumer awareness about electronic payments is positive in the country. Turkey has a well-developed payment infrastructure with one POS terminal for every 48 individuals. Conventional instruments took lead in the country’s e-commerce market in 2016. However, launches of new applications by banks and mobile operators, and increasing consumer confidence are propelling alternative payments uptake in Turkey…

Payments in Malaysia 2017: What Consumers Want?. Though cash remains the key traditional payment tool in Malaysia, the usage of cards is anticipated to increase in the coming years propelled by the gradual move to non-cash payments. The country’s e-commerce market has a huge growth potential; it is considerably driven by the National E-commerce Strategic Roadmap. During the recent past, contactless technology witnessed remarkable uptake in the country with all top banks offering contactless cards…

Other country consumer payments market reports as well as many other topical research studies by this publisher are provided in GlobalData online catalogue.


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