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A 20 crown note wins


The parliamentary financial committee said no to Riksbanken’s (Sweden’s central bank’s) request to replace the 20 Crown note (often called the Selma) with a coin. One of the reasons is that the delegate for Riksbanken had previously advised Riksbanken’s management not to pursue this question.

The reason for the management wanting to replace paper with metal is because the 20 Crown note wears out quickly and this causes problems when machines handle the money, as well as the note being relatively easy to forge.

But it is decided that in due course we’ll have a 2 Crown coin and a 200 Crown note to pay for things with. 

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