"The payment system performed very well during the crisis and banks' awareness of costs has probably increased even further. As a result, I think that the system will to continue developing an already well-functioning payment system will be strong ahead," Jan Qvigstad, the central bank's deputy governor, said.
Payment systems worldwide were rocked by the collapse
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