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Tourists complain as Sweden becomes more cash-free

Tourists in Stockholm's Gamla Stan last summer. Photo: Adam Wrafter/SvD/TT

Published: 27.May.2018 10:21 hrs

As Sweden moves ever closer to a cashless economy, tourists are starting to complain, according to state promotion agency Visit Sweden.

Ewa Lagerqvist, the agency's chief executive, told Sweden’s TT newswire that Germans, who frequently use cash at home, expect to be able to do so in Sweden as well. 
 
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