Brazil: Percent people with credit cards

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 Brazil

Percent of people aged 15+ who have a credit card

 Latest value 40.43
 Year 2021
 Measure percent
 Data availability 2011 - 2021
 Average 32.19
 Min - Max 27.03 - 40.43
 Source The World Bank
For that indicator, we provide data for Brazil from 2011 to 2021. The average value for Brazil during that period was 32.19 percent with a minimum of 27.03 percent in 2017 and a maximum of 40.43 percent in 2021. The latest value from 2021 is 40.43 percent. For comparison, the world average in 2021 based on 121 countries is 22.26 percent. See the global rankings for that indicator or use the country comparator to compare trends over time.
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Definition: The percentage of respondents with a credit card (% age 15+). The data are from the World bank Global Financial Inclusion survey.

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