Flashback #Star50: One sen to go




IT’S farewell to the one sen copper coloured coin from April 1,2008.

The news, which was published on Nov 14,2007, said Malaysia would round up prices to the nearest five sen for all over-the-counter-payments.

Bank Negara could save RM14mil annually in not having to mint these coins.



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