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#Redirect [[Economy#Debase currency]]
Debasing currency is a feature added in 1.18's rights of man, it gives the player a loan's amount of money at the cost of {{red|2}} {{icon|corruption}} corruption. This is usefull if the player wants to re-pay it over time at their pace ( Not receiving even more inflation for re-newing loans ), however, it is a lot more costly than a regular loan to be repaid back, it costs around {{red|60%}} of it's value to be repaid back, plus the negative modifiers for having [[corruption]], but can the value to root it back can be reduce significantly if the player is ahead of time on diplomatic and/or administrative tecnology, and if it's ruler has the incorruptible trait; Giving a "negative" interest if the player is willing to wait for it decay naturally, with the only penalty is the possitive [[corruption]] effects.

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