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August 3, 2012

Global Card Payment Growth Expectations

CF2013_card payment vol growth

 Euromonitor International’s Passport: Consumer Finance system expects global card payment volume to grow at roughly 7% CAGR (2012 constant prices) 2012-2017.  Vietnam’s 32% CAGR leads all researched markets followed by India and Turkey.  In terms of regional perspective, Eastern Europe maintains a slight advantage over the other emerging regions.  


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