Peru issues new 20-nuevos soles banknote

The Banco Central de Reserva del Perú has issued a new 20-soles banknote. It looks similar to the existing 20-nuevos soles but it now has the new currency name on it. 

In December 2015 the Congress of Peru decided to change the name of the national currency from "nuevo sol" to just "sol". The nuevo sol was the new name for the currency from 1 July 1991 when it replaced the old "inti". Both the old and new version of the banknote will co-circulate. 

Steven Thursday 12 April 2018 at 06:17 am | | news
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