These “billionaire bookmarks” are popular with schoolchildren in central China, but retailers could be breaking the law by selling them. Photo: Thepaper.cn These “billionaire bookmarks” are popular with schoolchildren in central China, but retailers could be breaking the law by selling them. Photo: Thepaper.cn
These “billionaire bookmarks” are popular with schoolchildren in central China, but retailers could be breaking the law by selling them. Photo: Thepaper.cn
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Kids’ craze for ‘counterfeit’ currency bookmarks could be illegal, China’s central bank says

Authorities may take action as retailer in central Chinese province admits to selling almost US$1,000 worth of ‘fake notes’ annually

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These “billionaire bookmarks” are popular with schoolchildren in central China, but retailers could be breaking the law by selling them. Photo: Thepaper.cn These “billionaire bookmarks” are popular with schoolchildren in central China, but retailers could be breaking the law by selling them. Photo: Thepaper.cn
These “billionaire bookmarks” are popular with schoolchildren in central China, but retailers could be breaking the law by selling them. Photo: Thepaper.cn
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