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the new nation immediately printed up its own banknotes
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McWilliams said India’s growth had been slowed by restrictions on high-value banknotes and a new sales tax, a view shared by economists polled by Reuters.
Yet Austen was not the first choice to grace the banknote.
That calculation uses de Vries' estimates, near the upper bounds for bitcoin's energy usage, and the most common euro bill in circulation, the 50 euro banknote.
Although destroying banknotes is not in itself a crime in Switzerland, authorities are investigating the odd discovery to determine whether the notes were connected to a crime.
By then banknotes may have been superseded entirely and the $20 Tubman bill be no more than a historical curiosity.
Austen is only the third woman, apart from the Queen, to appear on British banknotes (nurse Florence Nightingale and prison reformer Elizabeth Fry came before her).
Bundles of South Korean and Chinese banknotes are displayed at the headquarters of KEB Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.
The Libyan uprising produced a rupture in the circuitry of capital that forced us to personalise and interrogate institutional systems, to examine the faces on our banknotes for signs of wrongdoing.
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