World Credit Card Rates

Country Inflation GDP Population Interest Rate Change Currency Last Updated
United Kingdom 2% 34,388 64,105,654 5.9% - GBP Jul 2018
United States 1.5% 45,934 319,094,000 8.24% - 18.00% - USD Aug 2019
Taiwan 1.6% 31,776 23,410,280 8.80%, 9.80% or 10.80% - TWD Feb 2018
Ireland 2.4% 38,685 4,609,600 9.11% - EUR Feb 2018
Australia 3.4% 38,663 23,665,600 9.39% - AUD Aug 2019
Canada 2.8% 37,947 35,540,419 9.90% - CAD Jun 2018
Portugal 0.4% 23,361 10,477,800 10.1% - EUR Feb 2018
Puerto Rico 34,674^ 3,615,086 11.20% - 20.20% - USD Jun 2018
Macedonia 2.8% 10,904 2,065,769 11.21% - MKD Jun 2018
Switzerland 0.4% 40,484 8,183,800 12.00% - CHF Feb 2018
New Zealand 4.5% 26,670 4,541,340 13.45% - NZD Jul 2018
Lithuania 1.2% 19,125 2,927,310 14.00% - EUR Feb 2018
Bahamas 1.8% 31,324 368,390 14.00% - BSD Jun 2018
Singapore 4.6% 50,180 5,469,700 15.00% - SGD Jun 2018
Malaysia 3.3% 13,800 30,401,400 15% - MYR Mar 2018
Poland 4% 18,837* 38,496,000 15.2% - PLN Jun 2018
Greece 2.9% 29,663 10,992,589 15.22% - EUR Feb 2018
Bermuda 1.8% 53,565 64,237 18% - BMD Jun 2018
Oman 4% 25,635 4,077,912 18.01 - OMR Aug 2019
Estonia 3.4% 20,379 1,315,819 19% - 22% - EUR Feb 2018

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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