The Central Bank of Barbados has launched a campaign to get the public to hand over any one cent coin collections they might have in aid of charity.
Cleviston Haynes, a deputy governor at the central bank, spoke at the launch event on July 26. "We have observed that there is a constant need to replenish the one cent denomination beyond what might be considered normal economic activity. Our personal experience and intuition suggest many of these coins are stored away in jars and bottles in Barbad
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