Poorly printed 100 pesos bills circulate in the country
July 2, 2012
100 pesos bills printed in Brazil began circulating in Argentina, but there was a set back: Some of them were badly cut.
According to the newspaper Clarin reported, “the Mint placed into circulation banknotes of hundred pesos that are poorly made. An example illustrates this note. That money flaws that jump to the naked eye was printed by the Mint of Brazil, hired to these tasks by the National Government. “
The Government decided to allow the circulation of banknotes due to high demand for liquidity in July, for the payment of bonuses.
However, the newspaper said, it would be a “negligible amount” that would overlook the fact that the number located in the upper left has been cut out.