Weslin, it is just what I said yesterday - Hong Kong is issuing the new notes NOT for Iraq's use as their currency BUT FOR Hong Kong - the Hong Kong bank is letting the central banks around the world know, including the CBI, so that when people from Hong Kong visit Iraq and go to the bank to exchange their notes for dinar, the people at the bank know exactly what notes are current and can be exchanged. Just like here in the US, if the banks don't have De La Rue machines - which most branches of large banks do not - I know - I have checked with Bank of America and Wells Fargo, they rely upon currency books. Currency books have pictures of all current denominations of each currency in the world, even if they are not exchanging that currency. I know because I have seen them and in both Bank of America and Wells Fargo THEY SHOW IRAQ DINAR. The books are updated as the currency changes and new notes are issued. I hope this answers your questions.