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Cashlessness May Have Gone Too Far in Norway, Government Warns

Multicolored buildings and retail stores in the old town district of Stavanger, Norway.
Multicolored buildings and retail stores in the old town district of Stavanger, Norway.

Photographer: Kristian Helgesen/Bloomberg

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Norway’s government wants to make sure banks don’t stop providing cash, as the country becomes the world leader in abandoning physical notes and coins.