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What is the monetary unit of UK?

England, Scotland, Wales and N.Ireland all use Pounds(Sterling) and pence. Scotland issue their own bank notes, with different designs than the English notes, but are equiva (MORE)
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How do you calculate monetary base?

Total amount of currency that is either circulated in the hands of  the public or in commercial bank deposits held in the central  bank's reserves. This measure of the money (MORE)

What is the Monetary of France?

It is the Euro. It used to be the French franc, but as with most countries in the European Union, they switched to the Euro in 2002; by 2005, the coins could no longer be used (MORE)

What is the difference between monetary and non-monetary?

The difference between monetary and non-monetary incentives is in  how you are paid. Monetary incentives include being paid in money  with some type of pay raise, bonus, or (MORE)
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What are monetary and non monetary benefits?

monetary benefits is where you receive benefits as money, so special allowances or commissions. However, non monetary benefits are benefits you receive that does not involve m (MORE)

What is a monetary fine?

  A punishment for a an offence which involves paying an amount of money to your club, your council or your government.
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What are monetary and non monetary motivation?

Monetary motivation are rewards for accomplishment that gives you money in some form, while non-monetary motivation is the rest for example responsiility or diverse working ta (MORE)

What is monetary principle?

The monetary unit principle states that people can only record  business transactions that can be expressed in terms of a currency.  This principle is generally accepted amo (MORE)