euronote

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euronote

(ˈjuːrəʊˌnəʊt)
n
(Banking & Finance) a form of euro-commercial paper consisting of short-term negotiable bearer notes
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Two men claiming to be detectives investigating a forged euro-note scam flagged down Roy and Ida Wickwar as they drove along a ring-road outside Madrid.
The trade union representing workers employed in the bank note printing sector, UNI-Europa Graphical (UNI-EG), is campaigning for a social plan to help printers who will lose their jobs when Euro-note production is reduced.
Idiotically, the Germans have insisted on a top-value euro-note worth about pounds 300 - an interesting incentive to anyone who thinks they can run off a few thousand passable imitations.
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