Will German supermarkets ever embrace self-checkouts?

Paying for your groceries at a German supermarket can be bewildering and occasionally bizarre for those with experience of doing their shopping in other countries.

A slow-moving, 10 person-deep queue for a single cash register is not uncommon. And if the surge is ever deemed sufficiently large for that magical moment when a second cash register is opened, don’t expect your place in the original queue to have any bearing on where you will end up in the new queue.

That’s because many…

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