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Euro counterfeiting statistics:

In the second half of 2010 a total of 364,102 counterfeit euro banknotes were withdrawn from circulation. The 20 EUR and 50 EUR denominations continue to be the most counterfeited. During the past six months, the share of counterfeit 20 EUR banknotes decreased and the share of 50 EUR banknotes increased.

The table shows the half-yearly trend in the number of captured counterfeits from 2002 to 2010 year and participation of individual denominations on total number of counterfeits.


      Quantity - the half-yearly trend in the number of captured counterfeits
Quantity - the half-yearly trend in the number of captured counterfeits

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The graphs show number of captured counterfeits of selected countries per thousand inhabitans in years 2009 and 2010. Interesting comparison of trend in number of captured counterfeits in various countries.


      The number of captured counterfeits of selected countries per thousand inhabitans in year 2009
The number of captured counterfeits of selected countries per thousand inhabitans in year 2009

      The number of captured counterfeits of selected countries per thousand inhabitans in year 2010
The number of captured counterfeits of selected countries per thousand inhabitans in year 2010
  • Source: European Central Bank
  • Hyperlink to source documents
  • Mentioned figures include recoveries from both euro area and non-euro area countries

Russian Rubles counterfeiting statistics:

In Russia between years 2008 and 2009, the number of captured counterfeits increased (by 22.7% in 2008 and at 16% in 2009). In year 2010 the number of captured counterfeits decreased (by 10,6% less than in 2009). The table shows the trend in the number of captured counterfeits from 1994 to 2010.


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Quantity

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The most counterfeited rubles banknotes are denomination of 1000-rubles, although denomination of 5000-rubles counterfeit banknotes achieved the highest increase. The table shows the participation of individual denominations on total number of counterfeits.


      Quantity - the yearly trend in the number of captured counterfeits
Quantity - the yearly trend in the number of captured counterfeits

US dollars counterfeiting statistics:


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  • Seized refers to counterfeit currency that was detected before being circulated
  • Passed indicates currency that was determined to be counterfeit after entering circulation
  • Source: U.S. Secret Service; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; U.S. Department of the Treasury
  • Hyperlink to source documents

Indian Rupees counterfeiting statistics:


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  • Source: Reserve Bank of India
  • Hyperlink to source documents
  • Mentioned figures include counterfeit notes detected at the Reserve Bank's regional offices and branches of commercial banks
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