FILE--The Treasury Department is planning a multimillion-dollar push to educate bankers and investors worldwide about the new $100 bill and other redesigned currency. The campaign includes a contract with a private public relations firm for up to $31.7 million. In the next few weeks, the Treasury will roll out its new $100 bill with enhanced anti-counterfeiting features and a larger portrait of Ben Franklin. It’s aimed at foiling forgers who wield modern copy machines and computer scanners instead of the old-fashioned engraving plate. (AP Photo/Denis Paquin)
FILE--The Treasury Department is planning a multimillion-dollar push to educate bankers and investors worldwide about the new $100 bill and other redesigned currency. The campaign includes a contract with a private public relations firm for up to $31.7 million. In the next few weeks, the Treasury will roll out its new $100 bill with enhanced anti-counterfeiting features and a larger portrait of Ben Franklin. It’s aimed at foiling forgers who wield modern copy machines and computer scanners instead of the old-fashioned engraving plate. (AP Photo/Denis Paquin) DENIS PAQUIN AP
FILE--The Treasury Department is planning a multimillion-dollar push to educate bankers and investors worldwide about the new $100 bill and other redesigned currency. The campaign includes a contract with a private public relations firm for up to $31.7 million. In the next few weeks, the Treasury will roll out its new $100 bill with enhanced anti-counterfeiting features and a larger portrait of Ben Franklin. It’s aimed at foiling forgers who wield modern copy machines and computer scanners instead of the old-fashioned engraving plate. (AP Photo/Denis Paquin) DENIS PAQUIN AP