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Multi-currency gives one the ability to expand into international markets, providing the confidence to handle foreign currency with ease by reducing the complexity of global transactions.

Multi-currency Note Facility: This credit facility offers short to medium-term financing in Euro notes. It permits the borrower to select the currency to use in each rollover period when refinancing the loan. On the other hand, the lender chooses the currency in which the loan is to be repaid. The borrower faces more risk in this transaction, as the lender predetermines the currency exchange rate.

Multi-currency Travel Cards: This is a more reliable and hence, the common method for currency exchange during international transactions. It functions as a prepaid card that one can deposit foreign currency in when they are traveling abroad. The currencies supported are dependent on the bank.

The fees associated with it during processes like activation, using ATM abroad, inactivity or redemption are seen as a drawback. In addition to this, reload takes a span of 3 days or more, during which one can face hardship if their balance runs out. Since forex cards might not be acceptable in all organizations as a form of payment, one should be prepared for such a scenario with cash or credit card.

Yet, travel cards offer better exchange rate than cash or multi-currency note facility. They offer a flat "Foreign ATM Withdrawal fee". When swiping abroad, no extra charges are levied. It is safer to travel with it, and in case of theft or loss, one can block the card and transfer their funds into the new replacement card.

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