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Desperate to save pennies as the economic crisis continues to bite, the European Union is mulling over phasing out one and two cent coins after it emerged that they cost more than their face value to mint.
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The Royal Mint is being accused of exploiting the general public with overpriced commemorative coins that have minimal investment value.
Leading dealers say market is devalued by excessive number of commemorative issues
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