DNB study finds Dutch expect to carry on using cash


Dutch citizens are likely to carry on using cash for everyday transactions, despite declining use during the Covid-19 pandemic, a Netherlands Bank survey finds.

The DNB study, published on June 10, says that 76% of the adult population will maintain using cash as a means of payment five years from now. The report surveyed 1,000 Dutch citizens in February 2021.

The Netherlands, alongside Sweden and Norway, has one of the lowest levels of cash usage globally. The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated

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