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More from Canadian Vending | Merchandising | Innovation | Events August 9, 2012
Penny to stay in circulation longer than expected
The federal government has decided to keep the penny circulating until February 2013, instead of fall 2012 as originally planned.
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Coin-operated machines still struggling with change
It has been a few months since the new loonies and toonies made their way into people's pockets, but many vending companies are still struggling to change over.
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Cashless payments at the Olympics met with mixed reviews
The implementation of cashless payments at the London Olympics has been met with mixed reviews. Issues have included spectators complaining of long lines after Visa’s cashless payment machines stopped functioning.
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Rwanda moving toward a cashless economy
The National Bank of Rwanda has a dream for a cashless economy for the country, implementing a number of significant structures to transform the country into a cashless one.
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Schools make too much money on soft drinks to ban them
Government health experts in Ireland have decided not to ban soft drinks in schools because they make too much money.
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