Bank of Finland finds faulty 500-euro notes

FINLAND- The Bank of Finland said on Friday it had found some flawed 500-euro banknotes and said more defective notes could be in circulation.

A central bank spokesman said the seven flawed notes found so far were not counterfeit but were missing the hologram in the bottom right-hand corner due to a printing problem.

The central bank found six more notes lacking the hologram, the spokesman said.

"I hope we will not find any more of them, but there could well be a few more," bank spokesman Antti

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