Mogul of Pineapples
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Europe has more growth because there are more markets to grow there. The region is made up of Westernized areas (which moved to card payments when the US did) and then the more developing areas (which are still cash based and currently transitioning cards).
That is why if you look at all of Europe as a whole you are seeing higher growth. I'm sure in the Westernized countries growth is slower, and in the developing countries, it's higher. That's why it's unfair to base it on an entire region.
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