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Card payment transactions still unpopular in Poland
Poland is bound to see a boom in non-cash payments as the country catches up with other EU states, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza writes.

At present, only some 25% (ca. 400,000) retail outlets in Poland have terminals for card payments, which translate to over 10,000 terminals per one million people.

The statistics are worse only in the Czech Republic, Ireland, Slovakia and Romania.

The Polish market can absorb another 500,000 terminals, according to Robert Laniewski of the non-cash payments development lobby FROB.