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India: The Zero Rupee Note

Priyanka Borpujari informs that 5th Pillar, an NGO based in Washington DC and with offices in India in Chennai and Delhi, “has developed zero currency notes that one could print and give to government officers, each time they ask for a bribe.” Fumiko Nagano at World Bank Blog has details.

2 comments

  • Lets see how this works in practice.

    I doubt a government official in Togo would so readily allow you to pass to them a zero note and let you on your way.

    Liberta-togo.com

  • Corruption is EVIL and we need to fight it together.. I included a small post at srikantaggarwal.wordpress.com for this great. Thanks :)

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