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Australia likes Cash again





Cash withdrawals are trending up across the nation according to recent data from the Reserve Bank of Australia and is laying to rest concerns about the country moving towards a “cashless society”.

The total value of cash circulating in the Australian economy has hit record highs of almost $103 billion, RBA data has revealed.

“Never has there been more cash in Australia,” spokesperson for the Cash Welcome.org industry campaign Jason Bryce said.

“Using cash is now the new, new thing. Cash is back in style.”

He further claimed the “complete myth of the cashless society, promoted by card companies, phone companies and financial institutions is dead.”

RBA data published on Wednesday showed there were 981,800 more ATM withdrawals in the month of November than in October.

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