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New coins celebrate leadership change in Taiwan


The Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) on May 10 announced it intended to issue two new commemorative coins in honour of the inauguration of the thirteenth president and vice-president of the country.

The gold and silver coins will be released on May 21, 2012. Each commemorative gold coin will be sold for NT$54,000 ($1,837) and the silver coin for NT$1,800.

The Bank of Taiwan has been appointed by the central bank to handle the sale of 10,000 gold coins and 50,000 silver coins

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