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    What countries does PWPW produce banknotes for?

    PWPW (Polish Security Printing Works) produces banknotes for various countries around the world. In recent years, it has produced for Paraguay, Guatemala, Georgia and Honduras. PWPW also supplies security paper on which banknotes for various countries are produced.

    PWPW is a company based in Poland that produces a wide range of security products, including banknotes, passports, ID cards, and postage stamps.

    PWPW produces banknotes at the request of the National Bank of Poland and central banks of other countries.  The production process is carried out with the use of state-of-the-art printing machines and devices that employ steel-engraving technique, type-offset, screen printing, letterpress or flexography.

    It produces banknotes for various countries around the world, including Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Egypt, Kazakhstan, and several other countries. However, it’s important to note that the exact list of countries PWPW produces banknotes for may vary depending on various factors, such as the company’s contracts and partnerships with different governments and central banks.

    In addition to the countries mentioned earlier, PWPW has also produced banknotes for several other countries, including:

    • Albania: PWPW produced the 10,000 lek note for the Bank of Albania in 2008.
    • Angola: PWPW produced the new kwanza banknotes for the National Bank of Angola in 2020.
    • Belarus: PWPW produced the 100,000 ruble note for the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus in 2019.
    • Nigeria: PWPW produced the 100 naira note for the Central Bank of Nigeria in 2005.
    • Uganda: PWPW produced the 50,000 shilling note for the Bank of Uganda in 2010.

    It’s worth noting that the list of countries may change over time as PWPW establishes new partnerships or loses existing ones. Additionally, PWPW may not produce banknotes for all denominations for a given country.

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