This chapter continues the discussion in the previous chapter focusing on the puzzles related to the consumer loan side of the credit card--information asymmetry, information sharing and market origination and expansion. It concludes with a short account of how each was solved in the American payment card market and presents a brief preview of solutions used in the postcommunist countries.
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