Tanzania's forgery proof notes finally copied

After Tanzania's central bank confidently claimed their new bank notes were impossible to forge one eye has inevitably been kept on the country's paper money. Now the BBC reports that that fakes are turning up in Dar-es-salaam.

Source: BBC

Just weeks after the launch of Tanzania's new bank notes, forgeries have started to appear, despite assurances the bills could not be copied.

When the new shilling notes were introduced at the beginning of this month, the governor of the Tanzania Central Bank

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