CBK dismisses rumours on forged KD20 notes
- Kuwait: Sunday, September 23 - 2012 at 08:54
The central bank of Kuwait (CBK) has denied local media reports about the circulation of a large quantity of counterfeited KD20 bank notes, Kuna has reported. Pumping the KD20 bank notes into the local banks did not stop as the reports suggested, said Manager of Banking Operations Department at the central bank. "CBK is checking and scrutinising all bill notes in local banks to put a stop to such counterfeiting and forgery," he said.
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