Currency Reform 


Often when a currency collapses, monetary authorities try to start a fresh with a new currency. For example, after the hyper inflation in Germany of the early 1920s, the government introduced a new currency, a new D Mark making the old currency worthless.

Sometimes currency reform may just involve taking notes out of circulation and attempting to deal with excess growth in the money supply.


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