THE EUROPEAN Central Bank has ordered that non-currency reproductions of Euro banknotes should in future be one-sided only, countermanding earlier rules that allowed double-sides copies to be made. The permitted size of specimen copes will remain at 125 per cent or larger or 75 per cent or smaller of the relevant notes and any material can be used for their reproduction.

These new rules came into affect on August 31, although the bank said that double-sided reproductions made earlier would be unaffected. The ruling is the latest in a ...

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