AUSTRALIA has finally got the XLI minting process down.
It has been less than six months since the government of Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced plans to overhaul the XLM coin and replace it with a new coin that has been minted in a different way to the one currently used.
It was a gamble that was paid off for the nation with the first XLI coin launched in December 2017.
The new coin is made from a silver alloy and uses an image of a woman wearing a long flowing dress, holding a flower in her hand.
But as we’ve reported before, the XLSM coin was only intended to be an interim solution until the government decided to bring back the XLP coin.
A new XLI is now in the works.
It will be released in 2019, but the first of the new coins will be launched in 2020.
This new coin will be the first to be produced in Australia since the end of the Great Depression in the early 1920s.
But the XLLM coin will not be a replacement for the XLCM coin.
The XLL is the oldest of the coins, while the XLVM is the newest.
It is also the first time that the coin has been made by an Australian company.
It was produced by Australian company, Dabney, in Melbourne.
It’s a very big step for the Australian Mint and the Australian economy, and is an exciting step forward for the future of this nation, Treasurer Scott Morrison said.
The government hopes to produce 500,000 coins a year by 2026.
It will be a big step forward, but it’s not the end, and it’s definitely not the start.
We’re still going to have the XLRMs and the XLTMs and then the XLAMs, Mr Morrison said in Adelaide on Monday.
But we’re not there yet.
The XLMs coin is the first step, he said.
We need to continue to produce the XLBMs, XLPMs and XLSMs, but we’re really not there at the moment.
The coins are still on the drawing board, and we’re working on them very closely.
The new coin has its own unique design.
It’s also the only XLI coins that will be made by a local company.
The company has a small production facility and has been working on the coins since the 1930s.
The Australian Mint has been trying to get its hands on XLCMs and LXMs for a long time.
The Mint is the only company in Australia to have been involved in the process of making the Xltm and XLVm coins.
There have been a number of delays and problems with the XLUMs and XLMs.
But they are now finally on track, the Mint said.
“We are on track to deliver 500,0000 coins in 2020, so this is another important step in the Australian coin making process,” Mr Morrison told reporters in Adelaide.
“It’s great news for our Australian community and our economy, so I would like to thank everyone involved in this process and everyone in the coin industry for the amazing work you’ve done over the past few years.”
He said he wanted to thank his staff for all their hard work and support, and thanked the Australian people.
“The Australian economy has grown by leaps and bounds in the past three decades.
But we can still be stronger if we’re better together.”
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