How Norway is moving towards a cashless society

Whether you pay for a trinket at a school fair or donate to a charity box, cash is no longer king in Norway. Around 90 percent of all transactions are cashless, and the aim is a completely cashless society by 2030. I discussed this on BBC Scotland’s morning phone-in programme with Kaye Adams.

Here’s an edited version of the full one hour programme:

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