Nevs: "It's about the continued funding of the business".
Although Swedish mortgages are inherently low risk, the excessive household lending growth of the past two decades carries risks for the wider economy.
"Using a card for payment is second nature to all of us, so it remains extraordinary that millions of small companies and traders are still locked out of this system by their size”.
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