The 60 ringgit note was also made available in a 3-in-1 format.
The move is an effort to close down the booming economy of untaxed cash transactions, which allows corruption, the funding of terrorist groups, and keeps counterfeit notes in circulation.
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In response to the sharp drop of the ringgit in November 2016, Central Bank of Malaysia began a series of tougher crackdowns on under-the-counter trading of the ringgit in order to curb currency speculation.
A: One Malaysian Ringgit is worth 17.
Earlier, 20,000 more such notes with special packaging were distributed by the bank on 26 December 2007.