Lithuanian buyers still prefer to pay with cash

Lithuanians are inclined to use bank cards to pay for infrequent purchases: they spend 46 percent of card expenditure on clothing or footwear, while only 6 percent per month is spent on food, a survey conducted by SEB Bank reveals.
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