Blunder on new $100 dollar bills wastes 3 Billion
Posted in the Immigration Reform Forum
#1 Aug 14, 2013
The much-anticipated new hundred-dollar bill will not be in circulation just yet. Set to release in early 2011, the new crop of Benjamins have encountered printing problem after printing problem, prolonging their distribution.
But the latest blunder, the New Yorker reported on Tuesday, might be the most costly yet.
According to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, their D.C. factory location produced a botched batch of more than 30 million hundred-dollar bills—that makes for a useless 3 billion dollars.
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