is the 1000000 argentina peso still in circulation?

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  • is the 1000000 argentina peso still in circulation?


Answer #1 | 18/06 2006 07:48
No. At present time our highest bill note is $100. The peso you are referring has been out of circulation for more than 25 years (it was valid until 1981), after have been devaluated many times. It was called "peso moneda nacional" (peso national currency). You will find more information in the link below.
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