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Central bank to replace old, torn riel banknotes

 Central bank to replace old, torn riel banknotes
Central bank to replace old, torn riel banknotes

Central bank to replace old, torn riel banknotes

The National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) launched its “Loving Riel Banknotes” campaign yesterday, in which it will allow people to exchange their old or torn riel banknotes for crisp new notes of the same value at NBC branches nationwide.

The five-day campaign coincides with the run-up to the Pchum Ben festival, when demand for new banknotes is highest.

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