Romania and Poland are last in Europe when it comes to the number of ATMs, Eurostat informs. The Romanian market offers only 20 ATMs per 100,000 inhabitants, while the number grows to 125 in market leader Spain.

Spain is followed by Portugal (107) and Slovenia (74). The Czech Republic is following Romania and Poland at the other end of the scale, with 23 ATMs.

According to Eurostat, about half of citizens of EU25 countries are paying cash when buying products of less than 100 euro, while 36% opt for a credit card.