Wobbly stickers herald the final abolition of one and two cent coins
The Central Bank’s nationwide rounding project will kick off in ten days
Twenty thousand retailers have received so-called ‘rounding packs’ from the Central Bank as part of a plan to phase out one and two cent coins.
The Central Bank’s nationwide rounding project will kick off in ten days, with retailers set to offer rounding from October 28.
Under the planned rollout of rounding, bills will be rounded up or down to the nearest five cents. The system will apply to cash payments only,...
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