The Central Bank of Jordan has started issuing the country’s fifth banknote, the first new banknote in two decades.
The first one-dinar ($1.41) note in the series went into circulation on December 26. This is the second one-dinar note since the Central Bank replaced the one-dinar coin in early 2003.
On Jan. 7, the central bank released images of the remaining denominations, which have not yet been released to the public.
Jordanian officials said