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A currency is a kind of money and medium of exchange. It includes metal coins and paper or polymer banknotes. Each country generally has a monopoly on the issuing of its own currency, although some countries use the same currency. Most members of the European Union, for example, use the Euro as their basic currency.
The currency of the Republic of Ireland is the Euro (symbol '€'). In Northern Ireland, the British Pound Sterling (£) is used.
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France is part of the European Union (EU) and uses the Euro. Although it fluctuates quite frequently, the exchange rate for the Euro is approximately 1.00US=.70E, give or take a few cents. For the most part, you will find that your expenses in Paris are similar to those in the U.S. While there are s…
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The currency used in France is the Euro (symbol €) and its the subdivision is called the 'cent' (English) or 'centime' (French). The Euro replaced the French franc in 2002 at the rate of €1 = 6.55957 francs, and the franc was no longer redeemable after February 2012.Euro
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don't try it, it's not worth it....... spend your time trying to get a degree that will net you the real watermark....   yes but verry hard.The US keep the secret of the technology how they make the money.if you find out the technology-the duplication itself is easy
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Boosting Exports A weaker currency boosts exports, since products produced in that country will be more competitive internationally. You can think of two ways a weaker currency can help: If you consider selling the product for a fixed domestic price (eg $100), the foreign price will be lower and at…
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There is no such thing as "Paris money" any more than there is "New York money" or "Springfield money". France is part of the European Union, and most states in the EU use the euro (symbol €) as their currency. You can go to Wikipedia or hundreds of other sites and look up information about the c…
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Assuming you're referring to a British shilling, it was 1/20 of a pound sterling which equates to 5 pence in current decimal pounds. If you want to know its value to a collector, please post a new question with the coin's date. Shilling was a unit of currency used in the United Kingdom before deci…
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Elbridge Spaulding proposed the idea of a national dollar bill to the house of representatives in 1861. The bill was called the "Greenback".
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Money as we know it, paper money (which will henceforth be called by its technical term, fiat - French for "fake" - money), originated, as was kind of touched on above, due to the need for liquidity of value. Consider a hypothetical: you are a corn farmer and want Joe's plumbing service. In bart…
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they work Koreans are the hardest working people (its in the genesis book of world records)also because its cheap alot of companies build factories there because of cheap labour
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DKK, Danske krone (danish krone) and øre (100 øre = 1 Krone)
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England does not have its own currency. England is part of the United Kingdom, and the currency of the United Kingdom is the British pound (abbreviation £ or GBP), also known as the 'Pound Sterling'. The Euro is rarely used in Britain but there are a few businesses that accept Euros, primarily i…
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Though the Incas adored gold and silver, they had no use for money. That is why all the taxes had to be payed by work or labour or a share of each farmer's crop.
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The one euro coin is a bi-metalic coin with a golden outer ring and a silver inner section. it is 23.25mm in diameter and 2.33mm thick. It has a semi-milled edge of six equal sections alternating milled to smooth. The common side depicts Europe as a continent and has the denomination "1 EURO". The r…
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Niger uses the Communaut Financiaire Africaine (CFA)
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Any forecast has a speculative (guess) element. The New Zealand dollar is highly correlated to the Australian Dollar (AUD), which currently appears to be appreciating, so my guess is it is likely to go up from its current level of 1 NZD = 0.7340 USD
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They boarder alot of other European countries which means easier with them. ALso, their old currency, Lira, £1=2599 lira, so everything was in big numbers.
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The Mexican Peso is the currency of Mexico; its symbol and code are $ and MXN. The most important currencies' exchange rates for Mexican Pesos (Jan 2017) are: Euros: 1 EUR = 22.97 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 0.044EUR) US Dollars: 1 USD = 21.66 MXN (conversely 1 MXN = 0.046 USD) British Pounds: 1 …
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The backing (possibly gold or silver) and the economy, as well as many other reasons and variables.
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A market based exchange rate will change whenever the values of either of the two component currencies change. A currency will tend to become more valuable whenever demand for it is greater than the available supply. It will become less valuable whenever demand is less than available supply (this do…
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Costa Rica's currency is the Colon or CRC (on 5/28/10):1.00 CRC = 0.00187477 USD1.00 CRC = 0.00151716 EUR1,00 USD = 533.400 CRC1.00 EUR = 658.954 CRC
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quetzal
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Legal Tender is a forced tender payment that should be not refused in settlement of a debt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_tender
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About $13 per ounce at current (May 2007) prices.
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Rai stone would have to be the weirdest currency, it can weigh up to 8 tons!
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They use EURO, but used to use FRANCS.
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There are 100 pence in a Pound (GBP). There were 240 pence in a pre-decimal Pound. (12 Pence in a Shilling, 20 Shillings in a Pound.) Or use the currency converter in related links.
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The Kuwait Dinar (KWD). Currently (January 2013) KWD 1 = € 2.70 = USD 3.55.
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Q: how many countries in the world? Answer: 193  under the united nations 190  but if you include the vatican and Switzerland 192  also Taiwan is considered an independent so the total is 193
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For short it is ST
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No currency is the currency for most European countries. There are over 50 countries in Europe. 18 of them use the Euro, but most use other currencies. So the Euro is the most common currency, but it is not used by most European countries.
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The process of revaluing a currency. Example, the Bulgarian lev was re-denominated, so a new lev was issued, changing the value of the "new" lev to 100 of the old notes.
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Most countries, including Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain use the Euro. 1 Euro is worth 1.47 US Dollars as of 09Oct09. Euro
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It all depends on the denomination, date, and condition. Sometimes misprinted currency can be worth very little but sometimes it is worth a lot.
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South Africa uses the Rand while Spain uses the euro. As at 09Oct09, 1 Euro was worth 10.9 Rand
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Bob Nickels
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United States Dollar: USD $1 = 1.19 YTL Australian Dollar: AUD $1 = 1.05 YTL Euro: EUR €1 = 1.77 YTL
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Right now rupee is 60.52 against dollar, it is in good positions. Who wants to make money from currency market , they can incest here with experts analyst currency tips. You can take help from MMFSolutions.com
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Central banks use reserves in 2 ways: 1) They acquire (buy) foreign currency, often US Dollars, with their currency to keep their currency relatively weak and so enhance exports. This is what the US is acusing China of doing. 2) They use their foreign reserves to buy their own currency and support …
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Currency ExchangeMost banks will do for you, but if you go to a bank, they will be trying to make a large commission on your simple exchange, You would be much better of going to a company that does that as their profession. I have recommended time and time again, check them out bendixfx.com they're…
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Spain is a member of European Union therefore they use Euro currency. It used to be the Peseta prior to the adoption of the Euro.
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The US Treasury.   Technically, the United States Mint is responsible for printing or minting all US currency (paper and coinage). The US Mint is a branch of the Treasury Department.
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The Mexican Un Peso was struck in (10%) .100 silver from 1957-1967 by the Mexico City Mint - the oldest mint in North America. These coins weigh 16 grams and contain 1.6 grams of pure silver. To figure out the dollar amount of silver in each coin, divide the price of silver by 31.1 and multiply …
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The currency in India is called rupees
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1992 Dinars are old Dinars and 13 million of them = 1 New Dinar. New Dinars were introduced in 1994 and were pegged 1:1 with the Deutsche Mark. The rate of exchange for the previous dinar was, and still is, 1 Deutsche Mark (and hence 1 New Dinar) to about 13 million old Dinars. See the link below.…
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There is no such coin as the Italian 4 Lire. The small denominations of the Italian Lire in 1886 were the 1 Lire, 2 Lire, and 5 Lire.
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No. The currency of the Republic of Ireland is the Euro (EUR or €). The currency of Northern Ireland, which is part of the UK, is the British Pound (GBP or £). Generally the Euro is not accepted in Northern Ireland, although some large shops and some shops near the border with the Republic of …
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The faces on current bills in the United States are:$1 - George Washington, 1st President of the United States$2 - Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President$5 - Abraham Lincoln, 16th President$10 - Alexander Hamilton, 1st Secretary of the Treasury (not a president) $20 - Andrew Jackson, 7th President$50 - Uly…
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Answer Lm which stands for Liri Maltin ie Maltese Liri (pound) This is no longer true as from 1st January 2008 the Maltese currency is the EURO €
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The currency of Cyprus is the Euro (€). Before 1st January 2008 the currency was the Cypriot pound.
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As of January 2014, 24 countries use the Euro (€) as their currency. Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain are official members of the Eurozone and use the Euro as th…
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1993 Dinars are old Dinars and 13 million of them = 1 New Dinar. New Dinars were introduced in 1994 and were pegged 1:1 with the Deutsche Mark. The rate of exchange for the previous dinar was, and still is, 1 Deutsche Mark (and hence 1 New Dinar) to about 13 million old Dinars. See the link below.…
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Answer AED which means: Arab Emirates Dirham, Dhs - They are pegged (fixed linked) against the American dollar. $1.00 = Dhs 3.65
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Both Shillings and Pounds belonged to a now redundant currency used by most British Commonwealth countries prior to the adoption of their own "decimal" currencies. There were 12 Pennies in a Shilling and 20 Shillings in a Pound (£). The Pound, of any quantity, was often referred to by the slang t…
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Australia uses the Australian Dollar (AUD) consisting of 100 cents.
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The South African Rand, coded ZAR on currency markets. Equivalent (Jan 2008) to about USD 14c, EUR 10c and GBP 7p Named after the Witwatersrand (White Waters Ridge) which runs through Johannesburg, where the worlds largest deposits of gold lie. The gold contributes a lot to the wealth of …
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None that I can find in my references. The £1 coin - the "round pound" - appeared in 1983 and the £2 coin was first issued in 1986
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1 Dinar =.000866927 USD-----------$1:00 USD = 1,153 Dinar
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One American Dollar is worth 7.01598 in South African Rand 91.6075 in Kenyan Shillings 7.80779 in Egyptian Pounds 8.16699 in Moroccon Dirhams Those are just some of the countries in Africa, you can check almost any exchange rate on http://www.xe.com. I hope that helps.To put it into perspective,…
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According to my limited research, nothing over 200 zlotych is in circulation, and even then only current banknotes. You can check for yourself going to http://www.nbp.pl/ (there is English version of this side - just click on English). You can also send them and e-mail or call them if you want.It is…
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The currency of West Germany from June 1948 onwards was the Deutsche Mark, divided into 100 Pfennige. East Germany used the Mark der Deutschen Notenbank instead. In 1990 the West German currency was adopted in East Germany some months before reunification. Note that since 2002 the only legal tende…
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The currency of Afghanistan is the Afghani One US dollar is worth about 52.13 afghanis and one British pound is worth about 73.43 afghanis.afghani
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KD kuwaitian dinar
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Richest countries by GDP per capita (2011): Luxembourg Qatar Norway Switzerland Australia San Marino United Arab Emirates Denmark Sweden Canada Netherlands Austria Singapore Finland United States Ireland Belgium Japan Germany France
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All U.S. currency is printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Plants are in Washington and Fort Worth, not outside the U.S.
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Answer the euro ______________________________________________________________________________________ It's been changed to the euro in more recent times, but the dutch currency was the "guilder".
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As of the 1st of January 2014, 18 members of the European Union use the Euro. The 10 that do not are: United Kingdom Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Hungary Lithuania Poland Romania Sweden
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Remittance is any form of money transfer or payment done from your working country to home country. Usually the currencies and the banks are different and hence while remitting you need to look for the best way to send money abroad (remittance providers), the best currency exchange rate, transfer fe…
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Answer I haven't found a date on which they were withdrawn from circulation, but they obviously have been, probably around 1957 when the first issue of colored notes were issued. All Bank of England notes from which legal tender status has been withdrawn remain payable at face value forever at t…
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Same time as the rest of the UK, 15 Feb 1971
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Answer There are various factors that determine an exchange rate. Trade value, inflation, and interest rates, to name a few. These are basic principles to help understand the concept. Let's work in a closed vacuum and assume there is no inflation between two countries or any other factors and ex…
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it's the Kuwait Dinar
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The Yen is the currency of Japan.Yen :3The Japanese use the Yen as their currency unit.
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Swedish krona (singular) or kronor (plural); in Swedish: svenska kronor; sometimes referred to as Swedish Crowns (SEK). In English you occasionally see the plural kronas, which makes sense but is a bit of a hybrid; Crowns must be a better option.
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Currency: United States dollar (USD) Since Puerto Rico is part of the United States, the island's currency is the U.S. dollar.
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The currency of Jamaica is the Jamaica Dollar (JMD).
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Answer The Jordanian Dinar (code: JOD)
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It is called litas. £1 pound is around 3.80 litas. Lithuanian money is called Litas (LTL).Their own money, litas.
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The exchange rate is constantly fluctuating, so it's best to consult a currency converter regularly or close to when you will be traveling for the most accurate assessment. A converter in linked in related links. As of April 2014, one euro is worth $1.38. One dollar is worth 0.72 euros.
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There are Scottish and Northern Irish £100 notes, these are legal currency (not legal tender) throughout the UK although rarely circulated outside the country of issue. The highest denomination of English notes is £50 and these are also circulated throughout Wales, as no bank notes are printed in …
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Malaysian money is measured in MYR, or Malaysia Ringgits, the smaller unit is the Sen.Malaysian currency is called Ringgit.The Ringgit. However, most places will be more than happy to accept US$
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The national currency of Algeria is the Algerian Dinar. See Related Links for a currency converter 1,2,5,10,20,50,100 Dinar.
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The Argentine peso
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The currency of Sweden is the Swedish krona (plural: kronor), abbreviation SEK.
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There are 56 of the dollar coins in a pound, but as they are not bullion, it is not especially relevant.The coin weighs 8.1 grams and there are 453.6 grams in a pound.
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Hong Kong has hilly to mountainous regions with steep slopes and is an island that is completely surrounded by the South China Sea and the Shenzhen River. Hong Kong's most famous natural landmark is Victoria Peak.
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The answer is Baht
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Answer - Euros Yes, any country in the Eurozone will accept euro coins from any other country. The euro is a single currency of 15 countries in the EU and is under the control of a single independent origination, the European Central Bank. All banknotes are the same, however each country can min…
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The currency of Denmark is the Danish krone (plural: 'Kroner'), abbreviated as 'DKK'.
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The national currency of Indonesia is Rupiah (Rp) (IDR) e.g. One Thousand Rupiah or Rp 1000.-Rupiah
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One Pound GBP in 1930 had the purchasing power of about £42 GBP today.One Pound GBP in 1945 had the purchasing power of about £28.75 GBP today.NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations forwhich I cannot take credit. The resulting answer should only be …
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That would be the Yen.
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Greenland uses Danish Kroner. 1 AUD is about 4.2 Kroner.
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Hong Kong is on the South Eastern cost of China, near Canton. Asia
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RMB is Chinese currency.
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On the 1st of January 2002.
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