Comorian Franc Banknotes
- Poor in Guinea, but Making a Living From Crisp New Banknotes
- But here in Conakry, freshly printed Guinean francs rule. And that has created opportunities in a nation where unemployment is a serious problem, especially for young people — some government estimates say that as many as 60 percent of youth in the ...
- Foreign Exchange Management (Export and
- It shall not be necessary to make such declaration where the aggregate value of the foreign exchange in the form of currency notes, bank notes or travelers cheques brought in by such person at any one time does not exceed US$10,000 (US Dollars ten ...
- No more Angolan Kwanza in Namibia
- The agreement enabled the reciprocal acceptance of legal tender banknotes in Namibia and Angola by legally authorised financial institutions to conduct foreign currency exchange operations at the two border towns.
- Three arrested over fake N$23 000
- THE police in Erongo confiscated a record N$23 200 in counterfeit banknotes at Walvis Bay, and also arrested three suspects. According to Erongo's deputy commander of police, deputy commissioner Andreas Nelumbu, a tip-off last Thursday led to two ...
- Gabo on new money
- It's been almost two decades since the Banco de la República introduced new bank notes, but early 2016, your wallet will welcome the first ever-Colombian $100,000 bill, as well as entirely new designs of the $50,000, $20,000, $10,000, $5,000 and $2,000 ...
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