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Shredded euro coins scandal in Germany

Shredded euro coins scandal in Germany

epa02663131 An employee of Hamburg Mint holds shredded euro coins in his hand in Hamburg, Germany, 31 March 2011. By both separating the outer ring from the center and deforming it the coin has been invalidated. A Chinese gang is said to have reassembled 29 tons of shredded coins and monetised those at the German Central Bank. EPA/MARKUS SCHOLZ
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