suppose you have sold a good of 100 rupees. you will charge 12.5% Value added tax over that 100 rupees = 112.5 rupees. that 12.5 rs. (vat) is your salex tax

A Deficit or a short fall represents a lack of a value. for Example a deficit of 100 rupees in a budget means that we are short of Rs. 100/- to complete the budget and hence the deficit is shown as "-100" It is shown as a negative value to signify the fact that, this value is less than 0.

Assuming Indian Rupees . . . 100 billion is just over 2billion US dollars. There are also Mauritian rupees...in which case it would be about 3billion Us.

100 British pounds is worth approximately $160, as of June 2014. The British pound has been increasing in value while the American dollar has been decreasing in value.

100000 rupees is equal to $10 (roughly) 100 rupees is equal to 1c (roughly) 1000 rupees is equal to 10c (roughly) 10000 rupees is equal to $1 (roughly)

Based on today's exchange rates (2011-01-20) there are 696.7 Indian rupees to 100 Myanmar kyats. Or to put it more simply, there are 6.967 rupees per kyat.

As of August 3, 2011 if you convert 100 Indian rupees is equal to 0. 98 U. K. pounds. Conversion rates change often due to influences in the global economy.

One crore rupees is equal to 10,000,000 rupees. Therefore, one billion, or 1,000,000,000 rupees is equal to 1,000,000,000 / 10,000,000 = 100 crore rupees.

One crore rupees is equal to 10,000,000 rupees. Therefore, one billion, or 1,000,000,000 rupees is equal to 1,000,000,000 / 10,000,000 = 100 crore rupees.