Money supply is increased or decreased through monetary actions of the CBI (changing reserve requirements, interest rates, etc.). The bills themselves do not raise the money supply. They are only carriers of the money supply. The quote above clearly states that the introduction of the large notes "is not added cash." What could be more clear than this statement? Simply put, you can't just "add cash" in any case: someone has to buy the large notes with smaller notes. It is at worst an even exchange. At best however, as the quote above clearly states, the smaller notes brought in through the even exchange are "withdrawn" by the CBI, thus either maintaining or LOWERING the money supply rather than increasing it. This is simple economics: the money supply doesn't change by printing notes! It changes by CBI actions in the monetary markets. The money itself is only a "carrier", not a vehicle of change upward in the supply. In fact, as the CBI burns old notes the money itself can ONLY reduce the money supply, and NEVER increase it. No one just prints notes and hands them out for free!
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