According to an article on Alanba dated 21 October 2013, Kuwait’s central bank intends to issue an entirely new family of notes in 2014 with new colors for the denominations. Courtesy of Thomas Krause.
According to an official press release dated 10 June 2013, the Central Bank of Kuwait will issue new notes in all denominations (0.25 to 20 dinars) with “modern and enhanced security features.” The new notes are expected to be issued “within a year” and will circulate in parallel with the
According to a Gulf News article dated 16 December 2009, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) leaders concluded their annual two-day summit with an agreement to form a monetary union, paving the way for a single currency for Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia; Oman and the United Arab Emirates opted out.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), consisting of six Arab states — Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates — plans to issue a unified currency in 2010.