Tellers at the Bank of Japan and its 33 branch offices will change money into 2,000 yen bills from Monday to encourage use of the neglected notes, officials said Friday.
Earlier in the day, the central bank received special approval from the Ministry of Finance to provide money-changing services. It is the first time that the BOJ has provided money-changing services.
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