Emerging markets dominate card lending growth

January 2008
Credit Control;2008, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p64
Trade Publication
The article reports on the survey conducted by Lafferty Group concerning the countries with fastest card lending growth. It mentions the regions with a swift growth in card lending market, including Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. However, it mentions that those regions only accounted for 6% of global credit card outstandings, as of year-end 2006.


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