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peterAustralia
07-31-2014, 03:24 AM
there is a court case, in which the reserve bank of Australia's note printing division called Securency which makes polymer bank notes... may/may-not have paid bribes to officials in other nations to obtain the note printing contract.

to find out more,, see the wiki-leaks page.

https://wikileaks.org/aus-suppression-order/

it is possible (and I have no way of knowing or not), that some governments in developing nations may have a degree of corruption (shock/horror)

note this information cant be posted in Australian newspapers....
so,,,, if u want to know, check out the wiki-leaks page. If you think the government knows best and says you should not know, then don't click on the link (easy)

note,,, polymer bank notes are far better than paper ones. Harder to counterfeit, more durable,,, and just better. Don't get me started on Argentinian bank notes... oh-dear,,,,

skuthorp
07-31-2014, 03:29 AM
The Malaysian press don't seem to have any trouble publishing either. (see OzPol)

PeterSibley
07-31-2014, 03:31 AM
Operation Keep a Lid on It.

skuthorp
07-31-2014, 03:39 AM
Interestingly this site is an overseas one, based in Maine in the US and I suspect we could post what we liked here with impunity.