The Polish Ministry of Finance has drafted a new bill to support the development of digital payments, opening consultations on reforms designed to make non-cash payments a reality at all points of sale.
The bill introduces a number of incentives to support the use of digital payment instruments and "guarantee the right to cashless payments at retail and service outlets to consumers", according to the finance ministry.
Under the plan, all Poland-based private and public entities are to accept at least one electronic payment method and make it available to their customers.
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