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Revenue of domestic retail payments in Netherlands 2005-2017, by type of transaction

Total revenue of domestic retail payments in the Netherlands from 2005 to 2017, by type of transaction (in million euros)

Revenue of domestic retail payments in Netherlands 2005-2017, by type of transaction This statistic shows the total revenue of domestic retail payments in the Netherlands from 2005 to 2017, by type of transaction (in million euros). In 2017, approximately 244 billion euros worth of transactions were made in the Netherlands using debit cards. According to the Dutch Central Bank (DNB), approximately 55 percent of all Dutch consumers have a credit card in his or her possession. The use of debit cards, however, is much more accepted as a payment method.
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Total revenue of domestic retail payments in the Netherlands from 2005 to 2017, by type of transaction (in million euros)

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This statistic shows the total revenue of domestic retail payments in the Netherlands from 2005 to 2017, by type of transaction (in million euros). In 2017, approximately 244 billion euros worth of transactions were made in the Netherlands using debit cards. According to the Dutch Central Bank (DNB), approximately 55 percent of all Dutch consumers have a credit card in his or her possession. The use of debit cards, however, is much more accepted as a payment method.
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