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We interviewed Kinda Chebib, Consultant at Euromonitor International, to learn more about the latest... | Read

Kendrick Sands, Head of Consumer Finance at Euromonitor International, talks about card and electron... | Read

Kendrick Sands of Euromonitor International depicts the card payments landscape in China, revealing ... | Read

The analytic software company FICO has released its annual interactive map which reveals changes in ... | Read

Kendrick Sands, Head of Consumer Finance Research at Euromonitor International, on the global trends... | Read

Amazon doubles sales in Mexico in 2017
21 Dec 2017 | Mexico, US | News

Amazon is expected to double its sales in Mexico in 2017, boosting the country’s ecommerce mar... | Read

Ryan Tuttle, Euromonitor International: The UK opted to extend the ban to all retail payme... | Read

An interactive map released by FICO has shown that card fraud losses for 19 European countries hit a... | Read

Asia Pacific payscape 2021
27 Apr 2017 | Asia, Oceania, Pacific | VOI

Kendrick Sands, Euromonitor International: All international companies involved in the payment proce... | Read

UAE ecommerce to register `explosive growth' in 2016 – report
04 Apr 2016 | United Arab Emirates | News

Internet sales in the UAE account for 3.9% of the total sales in 2015 and is forecast to reach 4.6% ... | Read

Facebook enters crowded P2P space
27 May 2015 | World | VOI

Michelle Evans, Euromonitor International: Facebook may be able to one day offer P2P payments to eve... | Read

Severity of card fraud decreases across Europe
03 Jul 2012 | Europe | News

The severity of card fraud, meaning the total losses to fraud expressed as a fraction of the total v... | Read

Online shopping in Poland is expected to see a significant increase in 2010, a recent study has show... | Read