World Credit Card Rates

Country Inflation GDP Population Interest Rate Change Currency Last Updated
Philippines 5.3% 3,546 100,553,900 46.78% - PHP Feb 2018
India 6.8% 3,275 1,262,530,000 46% - INR Jun 2018
Angola 8.9% 6,247 24,383,301 40.53% - AOA Jun 2018
Kenya 11% 1,750* 41,800,000 38.48% - KES Feb 2018
Hong Kong 5% 45,277* 7,234,800 36.43% - HKD Mar 2018
United Kingdom 2% 34,388 64,105,654 34.90% - GBP Jul 2018
Costa Rica 12,157 4,713,168 32% - CRC Feb 2018
Indonesia 5.7% 4,151 252,164,800 30.53% - IDR Mar 2018
Vietnam 18.9% 2,942 89,708,900 29.23% - VND Jun 2018
Venezuela 159.1% 13,605 30,206,307 29.00% - VEF Jun 2018
United States 1.5% 45,934 319,094,000 27.24% - USD Nov 2018
Turkey 7.8% 13,905 76,667,864 27.12% - TRY Sep 2018
Singapore 4.6% 50,180 5,469,700 26.90% - SGD Feb 2018
Trinidad And Tobago 5.2% 19,759 1,328,019 26.82% - TTD Jul 2018
Ireland 2.4% 38,685 4,609,600 24.50% - EUR Feb 2018
Sri Lanka 7.7% 5,220 20,277,597 24.00%-28.00% - LKR Feb 2018
Georgia 4.1% 6,145 4,490,500 24% or 28% - GEL Feb 2018
Russia 8.9% 14,913 146,149,200 23.90%-27.90% - RUB Feb 2018
Bangladesh 10.7% 1,565 157,322,000 23.50% - BDT Jun 2018
Australia 3.4% 38,663 23,665,600 21.74% - AUD Mar 2019

Credit cards are short term financing products offered by banks and companies for its customers worldwide. The credit card interest derived from the use of the card is the principal way these companies generate revenue from the product.  While they may offer secured credit cards, in general credit cards offered typically are unsecured and therefore attract a higher interest rate and are more riskier then either a auto loan or home loan whch are secured by collateral.

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