Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Millions in counterfeit coins exact a heavy toll

Britain’s tills are awash with fake one pound coins, with a record £41-million worth in circulation.

Treasury figures show that one in every 36 one pound coins is counterfeit, an increase on last year, when one in every 40 was phony.

The findings were . . .

Full story: The Globe and Mail  

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