Perum Peruri

Perum Peruri (short for Perum Percetakan Uang Republik Indonesia, Money Printing Public Company of the Republic of Indonesia) is the Indonesian state banknote/security printers and mint, established on 15 September 1971 through the merger of state mint Artha Yasa and state printers Pertjetakan Kebajoran (a.k.a. Perkeba).

Printers Pertjetakan Kebajoran had originally been established with assistance from Dutch banknote printers Joh. Enschedé.[1]

It has offices in Jakarta, Karawang and Surabaya, with marketing and administrative functions taking place in Jakarta, and printing and minting occurring in Karawang and Surabaya.

Since 2007, Perum Peruri has also been printing Nepalese Rupees.[2]


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External links

  • Official site
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