The making of a rupee: made for India but not entirely made in India — Quartz

It costs a lot of money to make money. The special papers and inks, security features, and printing processes require specialised facilities and a hefty sum every year. So it’s no surprise that a number of countries, from Denmark to Kuwait, look to outsource the printing of their currencies. But India, the world’s second-largest producer…

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