Jordan introduces new banknote series

Central bank last updated currency issue in early 2000s

Amman Jordan 845702822
Amman, Jordan

The Central Bank of Jordan has begun introducing the country’s fifth series of banknotes, the first new paper currency in two decades.

The first note in the series, the one-dinar ($1.41) denomination, entered circulation on December 26. This is the second one-dinar banknote, after the central bank replaced the one-dinar coin from early 2003.

On January 7, the central bank released images of the remaining denominations, which have not yet been issued to the public.

Jordanian officials said the

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