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Cash is king no more in Germany as cards gain ground - Reuters

ReutersCash is king no more in Germany as cards gain groundReutersThis preference has been associated with worries about privacy and a deeply ingrained diffidence towards the state, which some trace to the era of the Nazis and of communist East Germany. The Bundesbank survey found most Germans thought that cash was ...and more »14-02-2018

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Cash is king no more in Germany as cards gain ground
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This preference has been associated with worries about privacy and a deeply ingrained diffidence towards the state, which some trace to the era of the Nazis and of communist East Germany. The Bundesbank survey found most Germans thought that cash was ...

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