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Updated: 17th January 2017
Latest update: Summary - until further notice cash withdrawals at ATMs are limited to 10,000 rupees per card, per day, however foreign tourists can withdraw their normal daily card limit
Indian Rupee (6th January 2017)
One of the common questions we are being asked is about the Indian Rupee and particularly about the 500Rs and 1000Rs Rupee notes. You may well be aware that at the end of last year these denominations of notes were suddenly and unexpectedly withdrawn from circulation and are no longer legal tender. The move was …
Posted by Peter Rudin-Burgess on 6th January 2017
One of the common questions we are being asked is about the Indian Rupee and particularly about the 500Rs and 1000Rs Rupee notes. You may well be aware that at the end of last year these denominations of notes read more