Kazakhstan • 28 January, 2020

Kazakhstan to introduce 200 tenge coin

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The National Bank of Kazakhstan issues bicolor circulation coins with a nominal value of 200 tenge for the first time on January 28, 2020, press service of the bank reports.   

The design of the coins is made in accordance with the concept of design of banknotes and coins of the National currency – Kazakhstan tenge, approved by the decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 12, 2018. The design style of bicolor circulation coins traces the symbiosis of artistic elements of Eastern and Western cultures.

On the reverse side of the coins are state emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the inscription "QAZAQSTAN RESPÝBLIKASY" indicating the issuing country and the inscription "2020" indicating the year of minting.

On the front side of the coins are inscription "200" indicating the nominal value, the inscription "tenge" indicating the text name of the national currency and the abbreviation "QUB" stands for the issuing Bank Qazaqstan Ulttyq Banki and the trademark (logo) of the Kazakhstan mint.

Banknotes with value of 200 tenge remain legal tender and will be gradually withdrawn from circulation.


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