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Quote from: Bimat on May 18, 2017, 05:26:50 AMScrapping the small change would amount to savings of €20,000 each year, said the party's Head of Innovation Sergio Boccadutri, who proposed the measure as a budgetary amendment. According to the MP, each one-cent coin costs 4.2 cents to manufacture, while a two-cent coin costs 5.2 cents.Since the introduction of the euro in Italy, the mint has spent billions on creating the small denominations,