Market Research Report
Payments in China 2017: What Consumers Want
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|Payments in China 2017: What Consumers Want|
|Published: November 30, 2017||Content info: 45 Pages||
China is the world's largest payment card market in terms of transaction value, accounting for US$13.3tn in 2017. This is followed by the US, the UK (US$1.1tn), Germany, and France. Cash, however, remains a popular payment instrument among Chinese consumers, especially in rural areas, accounting for 63% of the total payment transaction volume in 2017. One of the primary reasons for the dominance of cash is a consumer preference to keep track of their day-to-day spending.
High penetration of smartphones and the long history of contactless payments have created a unique opportunity for mobile proximity payments in China. Chinese consumers are accustomed to using mobile phones for payments. In an environment in which e-commerce giants and smartphone manufacturers have all launched NFC mobile payment solutions, mobile phone-based contactless payments are likely to prevail.
China is the largest e-commerce market in the world. In terms of transaction value, it grew at a CAGR of 31%. Domestic payment solutions Alipay and Tenpay collectively account for nearly half of the total e-commerce transaction value. International payment solutions are also strengthening their presence. PayPal, operating in China since 2005, has a market share of 10%. Other solutions such as Masterpass and Visa Checkout also have a presence in the market.
The report "Payments in China 2017: What Consumers Want", examines the consumer payments market in China, considering payment cards, online payments, P2P payments, and newer payment technologies such as mobile wallets and contactless.
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Companies mentioned in this report:China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China, Postal Savings Bank of China, China Merchants Bank, Bank of Communications, Citibank, People's Bank of China, China UnionPay, Visa, Mastercard.