CCRG

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CCRGCognitive Computing Research Group
CCRGCharm City Roller Girls
CCRGClimate Change Research Group
CCRGCenter for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (Rochester, NY)
CCRGCredit Card Research Group
CCRGCriminal Conviction Review Group
CCRGCongestion Control Research Group (research; Internet networking)
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The Credit Card Research Group, whose statistics cover both the major bank and building society credit card issuers, put the value of the UK's credit card transactions at -34.
Even industry body the Credit Card Research Group has admitted that some firms are 'not competitive'.
But the Credit Card Research Group said its survey revealed 94 per cent of credit card holders thought the market was more competitive now than it had been two years ago.
Despite the terrorist attacks and fears that Britain may be heading for a recession, UK shoppers look set to spend record sums during the festive season, according to the Credit Card Research Group (CCRG).
Clothes shops and furnishing stores showed the strongest growth said the Credit Card Research Group yesterday.
5 billion with their plastic last month alone, up 20 per cent on the previous year, according to industry analysts Credit Card Research Group (CCRG).
Shoppers spent pounds 600 on average with their credit cards last Christmas, according to the Credit Card Research Group (CCRG).
When asked to choose between having access to credit and debit cards or cash from their current account 51% of people said their plastic was more essential, according to the Credit Card Research Group (CCRG).
1billion, according to the Credit Card Research Group.
August spending on credit and debit cards was down by pounds 15billion on the previous month said the Credit Card Research Group.
5 per cent of UK gross domestic product, compared with less than 1 per cent in France, Germany and Italy, according to a report by the Credit Card Research Group.
Kathy Lewis, assistant director of the Credit Card Research Group, which represents the credit card companies, said the base rate was only a small part of the card-issuers' cost.
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