Central Banking

Fake euro coins hit Belgium

The National Bank of Belgium has found its first fake euro coins. The coins were discovered when a batch was returned to the central bank as stock. The faje one and two euros were described by the Treasury as of very high quality.

Source: Expatica News

Belgium has been infiltrated with fake EUR 1 and EUR 2 coins over the past few months.

The counterfeits were discovered when a batch of coins was sent back to the national bank as stock.

The coins were issued in another European country as

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