|[February 15, 2013]
France Cards and Payments Industry Analyzed in New In-Demand Timetric Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
LONDON --(Business Wire)--
One of the largest economies on a global scale, France is also ranked
third in terms of income from tourism. The cards industry demonstrated
relatively slow growth (around 0.1 percent annually) in 2008-2012 given
the unfavorable economic situation in Europe and the whole world over.
The industry growth was mainly supported by debit and prepaid card
categories, with prepaid cards being the fastest growing sector (by over
23 percent annually). The cards category is forecast to grow at a CARG
of 2 percent to 2017, fuelled by the rising demand for prepaid cards.
The growing French market for electronic commerce has turned into the
one of the primary forces igniting expansion of the domestic cards and
payments industry. Local e-sales amounted to EUR 45 billion in 2012, a
rise by EUR 25 billion if compared to 2008.
New market research report "Emerging
Opportunities in France's Cards and Payments Industry: Market Size,
Trends and Drivers, Strategies, Products and Competitive Landscape"
drawn up by Timetric provides a bird's eye view of the cards and
payments industry in Franc. The study covers all industry categories,
examined market's attractiveness, drivers and regulations. The report
offers an insightful analysis of marketing strategies, consumer
attitudes, buying preferences and the competitive environment. Data on
the industry dynamics, market size and its growth potential can be found
in the research report too. Besides, the report includes profiles of the
top industry participants and future market outlook to 2017.
Title: Emerging Opportunities in France's Cards and Payments
Industry: Market Size, Trends and Drivers, Strategies, Products and
Published: February, 2013
Price: US$ 4,495.00
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