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CW Nordics: May 2016
The Nordics is seen as a pioneer of the latest IT. The populations of the region are keen to try out new IT services and it has a large population of IT startups creating them. In banking, for example, the region is pushing the tech boundaries. One of the most overt changes digital technology has brought to people’s lives is how they do their day-to-day banking. Most developed economies are seeing the same trends: bank branches closing; people using cashless payments; and mobile phones becoming the most popular banking tools. But the Nordics could be a pioneer. In this quarter’s issue of CW Nordics, we feature a debate about whether Sweden, the region’s biggest economy, could become the first country in the world to go cashless.
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Features in this issue
Sweden is fast becoming a country where cash is on the periphery of payments, and some think it might be the first to become cashless
With a per capita healthcare spend already the highest in the world, Norway is facing a healthcare crisis as its population is increasingly dominated by elderly people
Finnish city Oulu is running a competition to unearth apps that can utilise 5G networks