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S.E. Casa de Moneda is rushing to buy paper from foreign suppliers, to cope with additional banknote volume requirements.
Buenos Aires Times reports in today’s edition that Sweden’s Crane Currency is providing paper to print 1,000 pesos notes (ARS1,000.1) and Goznak is doing it to print those of 200 pesos (ARS200.1).
It is possible that banknotes produced with these new substrates may have differences that will require cash processing equipment to be recalibrated.
It is not clear whether previous tenders from Brasil, Spain and Chile have been executed.
Source: Buenos Aires Times.
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