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New Reports on Payments Landscape in Different Countries by GlobalData Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

20 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Market Publishers, Ltd. informs that its research partner, GlobalData, has recently issues a range of new research studies featuring the payment landscape in different countries. This cutting-edge research reports have been recently uploaded to the GlobalData’s online catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.

Some of New Reports on Payments Landscape in Different Countries by GlobalData:

Payments Landscape in China: Opportunities and Risks to 2021. The central bank of China created a nationwide centralised online payment clearing platform, that involves both banks and 3rd-party online payment companies, in August, 2017. To launch this platform, the country’s central bank signed agreements with 44 companies. This initiative will allow China’s government to effectively monitor online transactions carried out via banks as well as 3rd-party online payment providers, thus, putting a bridle on money laundering and other illicit transactions. Moreover, China’s credit card market is predicted to attract more foreign competitors in the foreseeable future; this is due to the fact that the central bank formally opened its credit card clearing market to foreign players in June, 2016. This report gives a detailed analysis of the Chinese payment landscape and uncovers reliable updated statistics, examine the key factors influencing the dynamics of the Chinese cards and payments industry, and offers future forecasts …

Payments Landscape in Sweden: Opportunities and Risks to 2021. In Sweden, alternative payments are gaining popularity at a robust pace, with wide acceptance of both domestic and international payment solutions like Samsung Pay, Swish, Alipay, Masterpass, etc. moreover, the competition in the country’s payment card market is anticipated to increase, with non-banking companies launching basic banking and financial services. For instance, in June 2017, alternative payment solutions provider Klarna received its full banking license from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority; Klarna plans to provide different banking services including banks cards and accounts. This in-demand study sheds light on the payment landscape in Sweden, covers the current situation in and the historical background of the Swedish cards and payments market, discusses top trends and growth drivers, outlines future growth prospects …

Payments Landscape in the Netherlands: Opportunities and Risks to 2021. Now, the Dutch Payment Association is working to build infrastructure for real-time instant payments in the country to foster the use of electronic payments and realise the need for instant payments. The development of such system was initiated in 2015, and at the present day it is in the development phase and is expected to be launched by May 2019. Furthermore, banks and payment service providers in the Netherlands are launching various new solutions to benefit from the escalating popularity of alternative payments in the country. This research study presents in-depth insights into the payment landscape in the Netherlands, offers a detailed analysis of the country’s cards and payments market performance and dynamics, discusses the hottest issues and development, provides a future outlook to 2021 …

Many other in-demand research studies by this publisher are offered in the GlobalData’s online catalogue at MarketPubishers.com.


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