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無現款的世界 - 主要亞太地區、歐美市場上付款環境的演進

The Cashless World - Evolving Payment Environments in Key Asia Pacific and Western Markets

出版商 GlobalData 商品編碼 1008852
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 31 Pages
無現款的世界 - 主要亞太地區、歐美市場上付款環境的演進 The Cashless World - Evolving Payment Environments in Key Asia Pacific and Western Markets
出版日期: 2021年05月25日內容資訊: 英文 31 Pages





第1章 摘要整理

第2章 亞太地區的無現款環境

  • 亞太地區現況
  • 日本
  • 中國
  • 澳洲和紐西蘭
  • 韓國
  • 香港,新加坡,台灣
  • 其他的亞太地區

第3章 歐美各國的無現款環境

  • 美國
  • 英國
  • 瑞典

第4章 未來的影響

第5章 附錄


Product Code: GDFS0321IA

This report explores the cashless payment environments in key Asia Pacific and Western markets. It considers how payment cards and mobile payments are faring in both regions as well as how trends will develop in the future.

The depth of internet connectivity and smartphone penetration in many markets means it can be very easy to drive adoption of cashless payments, but the path to moving away from cash has become very different between markets. Cashless payments in most developed markets are still focused on payment cards, while in a lot of developing markets consumers are leapfrogging from cash to mobile payments. Compared to when payment cards were first introduced, the options for cashless payments and the situation of each market are so different that there can be no one-size-fits-all approach. And in some markets, the move to drive consumers to reduce the use of cash has reached a bottleneck.


  • In markets where there is a large financially underserved segment, mobile wallets have proved an efficient way of providing access to banking and payment facilities.
  • In such markets, internet infrastructure is crucial to ensuring financial inclusion for this segment of society, which in turn will increase the cashless payment rate in the market.
  • Markets with smaller populations can learn from the cashless progression of countries like Sweden and adopt some of the steps they have taken. Linking up a national ID, bank account, and mobile phone number as part of a mobile payment system is a smart and efficient way of implementing a wider national cashless payment system.

Reasons to Buy

  • Understand the cashless payment journey in different regions
  • Learn how the cashless payment environment differs between markets in Asia Pacific and the West
  • Discover how the cashless payment situation will evolve in the near future

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1 Market overview
  • 1.2 Key findings
  • 1.3 Critical success factors

2. The Cashless Environment in Asia Pacific

  • 2.1 The current situation in Asia Pacific
  • 2.2 Japan
  • 2.3 China
  • 2.4 Australia and New Zealand
  • 2.5 South Korea
  • 2.6 Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan
  • 2.7 The rest of Asia Pacific

3. The Cashless Environment in Western Economies

  • 3.1 US
  • 3.2 UK
  • 3.3 Sweden

4. Future Implications

5. Appendix

  • 5.1 Abbreviation and acronyms
  • 5.2 Methodology
  • 5.3 Secondary sources
  • 5.4 Further reading
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List of Tables

List of Tables

  • Table 1: ATMs per million inhabitants compared to population density, 2020

List of Figures

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Japan is one of the most cash-heavy markets in Asia Pacific
  • Figure 2: Cash usage proportions fall when considering transaction value
  • Figure 3: In Japan, cash gifts are typically offered in elaborately decorated envelopes
  • Figure 4: Cash remains the preferred payment instrument in Japan
  • Figure 5: Alipay and WeChat Pay are widely accepted in China
  • Figure 6: Alipay and WeChat Pay are super apps rather than just mobile wallets
  • Figure 7: Adoption of mobile payments has penetrated all levels of society
  • Figure 8: In China, mobile payments exploded in popularity from 2013 to 2020
  • Figure 9: Singapore's government consolidated all mobile wallets available in the market under the SGQR banner
  • Figure 10: A host of mobile wallet brands are available in Asia Pacific
  • Figure 11: Cash transaction volume is falling in the US, albeit at a slow pace
  • Figure 12: The UK's first credit card
  • Figure 13: In the UK, the transition to cashless payments has been smooth
  • Figure 14: Cash is still an important payment tool even in a less cash-dependent society like Sweden