Use this map to see how different nations use credit
By CreditCards.com staff
Our Credit Cards Around The World series examines how people use credit cards and debit cards throughout the many nations of the world. We look at everything from credit card circulation, debt, identity theft and cybercrime to some of the quirky issues and practices that make a country unique.
Click on any of the dots on the map to begin your journey.
Updated: July 13, 2012
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