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Canada issued plastic banknotes for the first time

this is a comparison between Canadian $100 paper banknotes (top) and plastic banknotes (taken on November 14). On the same day, the Bank of Canada announced that it would issue plastic banknotes for the first time. The plastic banknotes in circulation this time have a face value of $100 and are made of special polymers. They are easy to identify and difficult to fake. Their expected service life is 2.5 times that of ordinary banknotes. The Bank of Canada also said that other plastic banknotes with face values of 50, 20, 10 and 5 yuan will be put into circulation by the end of 2013

Xinhua, Toronto, November 14 (reporter huyanpeng) - the Central Bank of Canada launched a new plastic $100 bill on November 14 local time. The new banknotes are not only stronger and more durable than traditional banknotes, but also greatly improved in safety performance

on the front of the new plastic banknote is the head of Robert Boden, who was Prime Minister of Canada from 1911 to 1920, and on the back is the pattern of medical researchers doing experiments to commemorate the medical achievement of Canadians in inventing insulin. There are also three holographic patterns on the banknote, one of which is in the shape of a maple leaf. Under the irradiation of a laser lamp, the number of banknote face value will appear

the average service life of new banknotes is 22 years, which is 2.5 times that of traditional banknotes. The new banknotes are not only difficult to tear, but also waterproof and can be wiped with a wet cloth

mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada, said that the new banknotes were safer, more economical and more environmentally friendly than traditional banknotes at the banknote issuer's new capacity of more than 3billion square meters held in downtown Toronto on the same day

he said: "the new banknote combines transparency in a unique way to actively explore the use of materials in China's wind power market, holography and other advanced safety elements. There is no similar currency in other parts of the world."

Manuel Pereira, senior regional representative of the Bank of Canada in Ontario, said that the main purpose of introducing new banknotes is to combat counterfeit banknotes, because new banknotes are made of high technology and are difficult to imitate. He said that at present, there are a total value of 290million Canadian dollars with a face value of 100 Canadian dollars in circulation. The Bank of Canada hopes to replace all these notes with plastic notes, but there is no specific timetable to complete this work at present, so the two kinds of 100 Canadian dollars will also circulate in the market at the same time in a certain period of time

after a new literature review reported that after the issuance of 100 yuan banknotes after artificial intervertebral disc implantation, the Central Bank of Canada expects to complete the issuance of new plastic banknotes with a face value of $50, 20, 10 and 5 Canadian dollars by the end of 2013, with a Chinese film consumption of about 1.42 million tons

at present, more than 20 countries in the world use plastic banknotes, among which Australia, New Zealand and Romania have used plastic banknotes instead of paper banknotes

on November 14, mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada, spoke at a press conference in Toronto

on November 14, mark Carney, governor of the Bank of Canada, showed the newly issued $100 plastic note to the media at a press conference in Toronto

this is the front (top) and back display of Canada's newly issued $100 plastic banknote (taken on November 14)

at the press conference held in Toronto, Canada, on November 14, a technician (left) showed the durability of the newly issued $100 plastic banknote

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