A Senegalese bank teller counts a pile of old 10 000 CFA Franc notes (Approximately 15 Euros) to be replaced with the new 10 000 CFA Franc notes seen above as part of a massive campaign

A Senegalese bank teller counts a pile of old 10 000 CFA Franc notes (Approximately 15 Euros) to be replaced with the new 10 000 CFA Franc notes seen above as part of a massive campaign

epa000275624 A Senegalese bank teller counts a pile of old 10 000 CFA Franc notes (approximately 15 Euros) to be replaced with the new 10 000 CFA Franc notes seen above as part of a massive campaign to replace more than 1 billion Euros of worn out, disease-ridden CFA Franc notes that have been in circulation in West Africa since 1992, Dakar, Senegal Wednesday 15 September 2004. French West African states that use the CFA franc have from today, 15 September until 31 December 2004 to replace all old banknotes with the new range of notes and coins in an effort to clamp down on forgeries and disease-ridden notes. From January 01 2005 the new bil

Soyez le premier à commenter

Poster un Commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée.


*


*