The Chinese brought to the Bank of 2.5 tons of little things

The Chinese brought to the Bank of 2.5 tons of little things

Entrepreneur from a rural area of China was brought to a local Bank 50 boxes of stuff worth about 200 million yuan (about 30 thousand USD).

In boxes, brought on 6 April the Bank branch Xiao Suncanom, the owner of the village restaurant, in the city district Kaifeng, Henan province, were coins of 5 Jiao (7 cents) to one yuan (15 cents), as well as small notes, reports South China Morning Post.

Xiao told the staff of the credit institution, that it thus paid off one of the debtors who works in the public transport system and has accumulated the money for the year. In each of the boxes, therefore, was from 2000 to 5000 yuan fines.

Do you accept boxes of coins? Chinese businessman deposits 50 boxes of coins at the bank, will take a month to count

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The Bank has agreed to accept the money, but warned Xiao that their exact calculation may take more than a month. Employees have to count the coins and bills are free from maintenance of other clients time as well as stay after work. Over the past week, managed to convert only 80 thousand yuan of the total.