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The world's first polymer banknote was the $10 commemorative note issued in January 1988 to mark the Australian Bicentenary.  Australia was the first country to have all polymer banknotes and the new bills are much more durable and have proven a challenge for counterfeiters.
 
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The history of the Japanese Yen [kanji - ].  The origin of Japanese currency can be traced to the Wu Zhu bronze coin of China.  The New Currency Act of 1871 officiated Yen as the Japanese currency.  Known as the currency of Japan, the Yen, literally meaning “circle” or “round object” has been mirrored towards the silver Mexican Peso with the round shape of its coins.

 
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Possession of Paper Currency Notes:-

The Bank Of Mauritius Act of 2004 stipulates in Section 40 (2) that any person who...

 
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