UK ponders move to greener bank notes

Will Nichols
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Bank of England consults on introducing polymer notes that it says are more durable and environmentally friendly than current currency

The Bank of England is considering introducing polymer bank notes, which it says could be more environmentally-friendly than the cotton paper currency in circulation today. A three-year research project...

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