In July 1961, the Central Bank of China resumed its operations in Taiwan and regained
its right to issue currency. Currently, the Bank is responsible for designing, planning, producing bank notes and coins,
and destroying old notes which are no longer fit to use.
Printing and minting of the NT dollar are carried out by the China Engraving and Printing Works and the
Central Mint of China, both are run by the Bank. The Bank of Taiwan is authorized to distribute notes
and coins and sorts out returned notes.