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August 15, 2012

В России растет использование платежных карт

Video in Russian.

Количество дебетных и кредитных карт в 2011 году увеличилось на 18% и достигло более 160 миллионов штук, тем самым превысив  население России. Объем операций в денежном выражении в прошедшее пятилетие в среднем ежегодно рос на 40%, что позволило России находиться среди 10 самых динамичных стран по данному показателю. Тем не менее, уровень использования карт для платежей за товары и услуги остается низким. На конец 2011 года, 87% всех операций по картам приходилось на снятие денег в банкоматах.

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The number of debit and credit cards in 2011 increased by 18% to more than 160 million units. The volume of transactions in value terms in the last five years has grown approximately 40% annually, which allowed Russia to be among the 10 most dynamic countries on this indicator. However, the level of use of cards for payment for goods and services remains low. At the end of 2011, 87% of all card transactions were made for taking the cash out at ATMs.

 


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