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Coin migration (commixtion of coins)

Unless otherwise defined, the cross-border circulation of euro coins within the euro area. In contrast to banknotes, coins can be assigned to the respective issuing member state on the basis of the national reverse side. In Germany, coins from Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands accounted for the highest shares in terms of units at the end of 2013. – Every year, around 5 percent of German coins go abroad. In contrast, only 1.8 percent of coins return to Germany from abroad. If this trend were to continue, the long-term result would be a share of 47 percent of foreign coins in Germany and 11 percent of German coins in the rest of the euro area. – See Rounding up . – Cf. Monthly Report of the Deutsche Bundesbank of January 2013, pp. 36 f. (detailed statistics; references).

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