A new commemorative $50 bill launched on Fiji’s 50th Independence anniversary.


Talking at the dispatch, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said the Fijian history has been deified on the recently planned banknote.

The bill is strikingly energetic and bright with a straightforward clock face that is tolling 10 o’clock the specific second Fiji’s banner was raised to the pole head on the tenth of October, 1970.

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The Prime Minister says the new bill which is restricted in version is a sign of another section.

“There are a lot more shrouded Easter eggs in the plan that I will let you find for yourself however notice that no detail was left unnoticed by the Reserve Bank. However, while I will consistently acknowledge history and the exercises it gives I see the genuine Fiji when I go to the rear of the bill, here we see our future the offspring of Fiji who will acquire the country we work for them today.”

The $50 greenback will be accessible in the market from tomorrow.

The RBF likewise dispatched another dedicatory 50 penny coin which will be circulated to all understudies going to schools around the nation from Year One to Year 13.

“It is one that I trust we can gain from and think about for a long time into the future, one that our kids and grandkids can think back on and perceive how solid our countries have developed in the year since, perceive how we recuperated, how we met up and how our 50th commemoration mark the start of one more new part – one of Fijian versatility.”

The coin will be appropriated to understudies from tomorrow.
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