Bank of Italy and state mint set up new company

The Bank of Italy

Italy’s central bank has joined with the government’s State Polygraphic Institute and Mint, to set up a company to make documents with high-quality security features.

The new company is called Valoridicarta, and has its own industrial plant in the northern Italian city of Foggia. The new company will make “high-quality watermarked papers with embedded holographic security and anti-counterfeiting features”, the Bank of Italy announced on July 19. The security features are those used to produce

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