Australia’s $100 notes to be tracked to help fight organised crime and cash-for-work economy
Renee Viellaris, Federal Political Editor, The Courier-Mail
AUSTRALIA’S disappearing $100 notes, many hoarded under the beds of pensioners and stockpiled in China, would be tracked by a hi-tech nano-chip under a plan flagged by the man appointed to crack down on the black economy.
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