China’s central bank People’s Bank of China released the overall situation of payment system operation in the second quarter of 2020. The number of ATM cards issued in use nationwide was 8.658 billion, up 1.52% month on month. There are 6.18 bank cards per capita in China. In the second quarter, there were 30.141 billion […]
The China New Economic Research Institute and Alipay jointly issued the first “Post-90s Savings Report” in July 2019. The report shows that 92% of the post-90s, people born between 1990 and 1999, have a surplus with their salary every month, and 80% of the people manage the surplus. By comparing their Yu’e Bao, Alipay’s monetary […]
The young Chinese consumers tend to focus on the quality of life and sense of ritual. They emphasize emotional consumption such as spirituality, entertainment, and lifestyle. They desire to try new and cool things resulting in the rising of popular online shop and travel places. China Everbright Bank Credit Card Center has a keen insight […]
There are 588 million active credit cards and (debit and credit) integrated cards in China as of December 31, 2017, an increase of 26.35% year-on-year according. 123 million of that were issued in 2017, each Chinese owns on average of 0.39 credit card, a 25.82% increase year-on-year. Banks have been turning its credit card business […]
China, in just a few years, has made the leap from a nearly unwired country to one of the most wired on earth. This incredible transformation has resulted in one of the most internet-driven economies, and because of China’s sheer size, its e-finance and e-commerce companies are among the world’s largest. Users and economic activity […]
From frequent flyer accounts to supermarket preferred shoppers’ cards, consumer memberships are an increasingly important part of China’s consumption-based economy and of consumer spending habits. The following article presents an overview of the state of consumer membership. The survey was conducted in 2017 but the insights are still valid in 2020. PROMOTING MEMBERSHIP Member prices […]
As more and more companies try to benefit from WeChat’s mini-program, this article shares how Shanghai Pudong Development Bank (SPD Bank) is utilizing a WeChat mini-program for its credit card business, which recorded two million unique visitors as of 22 May 2017. The mini-program design of SPD Bank focuses on user experience and aims to develop a […]
Over 45 million post-90s users in China signed up Alipay’s Huabei or Just Spend for online shopping payment according to a recent report by Alipay. This payment option serves as a virtual credit card for Chinese online shoppers on Alibaba’s Tmall and Taobao e-commerce sites.
The People’s Bank of China recently released the payment business statistics for 2016. The country handled a total number of 125.111 billion non-cash payment transactions with the amount of 3,687.24 trillion yuan.
RMB credit balance totaled 93.6 trillion yuan in 2015 with an increase of 14.9% YoY according to iResearch. Consumption credit market in China is expected to exceed 41 trillion yuan in 2019.
Monthly active users of WeChat reached 762 million as of March in 2016 and has become a major platform for social communication.
Nowadays, the penetration of internet investment products has exceeded 45% in china. The internet investment products, such as P2P, Yu’E Bao, WeChat Licaitong and so on, are very popular among internet users according to research of Nielsen.
This is the part 1 of a series of posts that gives you insights on Chinese netizens behaviors from Sina Weibo. Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. Sina Weibo launched its 2013 Weibo User Development Report on December 6, based on massive Weibo user accounts information and consumption behavior to offer enterprises effective data support […]
This is part 4 of a series of posts that walk you through a variety of stats on China credit card users. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 iResearch report of Chinese credit card user behavior gave us an insight on the demographic features of Chinese credit card holders. By of October 2013, most Chinese […]
This is part 3 of a series of posts that walk you through a variety of stats on China credit card users. Part 1, Part 2, Part 4. In the past year, Chinese consumers preferred to open a credit card offline, and 43.3% users went to bank branches according to iResearch. Another popular method was […]