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    Currency by Country

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    Afghanistan:
    1 afghani (AF) = 100 puls

    Albania:
    1 lek (L) = 100 qintars

    Algeria:
    1 Algerian dinar (DA) = 100 centimes

    American Samoa:
    1 US dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Andorra:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes; 1 peseta (Pta) = 100 centimos; the French and Spanish currencies are used

    Angola:
    1 kwanza (NKz) = 100 lwei

    Anguilla:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Antigua and Barbuda:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Argentina:
    1 peso = 100 centavos

    Armenia:
    1 dram = 100 luma

    Aruba:
    1 Aruban florin (Af.) = 100 cents

    Australia:
    1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Austria:
    1 Austrian schilling (AS) = 100 groschen

    Azerbaijan:
    1 manat = 100 gopiks

    Bahamas, The:
    1 Bahamian dollar (B$) = 100 cents

    Bahrain:
    1 Bahraini dinar (BD) = 1,000 fils

    Bangladesh:
    1 taka (Tk) = 100 poisha

    Barbados:
    1 Barbadian dollar (Bds$) = 100 cents

    Belarus:
    Belarusian rubel (BR)

    Belgium:
    1 Belgian franc (BF) = 100 centimes

    Belize:
    1 Belizean dollar (Bz$) = 100 cents

    Benin:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Bermuda:
    1 Bermudian dollar (Bd$) = 100 cents

    Bhutan:
    1 ngultrum (Nu) = 100 chetrum; note - Indian currency is also legal tender

    Bolivia:
    1 boliviano ($B) = 100 centavos

    Bosnia and Herzegovina:
    1 convertible marka (KM) = 100 convertible pfenniga

    Botswana:
    1 pula (P) = 100 thebe

    Brazil:
    1 real (R$) = 100 centavos

    British Virgin Islands:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Brunei:
    1 Bruneian dollar (B$) = 100 cents

    Bulgaria:
    1 lev (Lv) = 100 stotinki

    Burkina Faso:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Burma:
    1 kyat (K) = 100 pyas

    Burundi:
    1 Burundi franc (FBu) = 100 centimes

    Cambodia:
    1 new riel (CR) = 100 sen

    Cameroon:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Canada:
    1 Canadian dollar (Can$) = 100 cents

    Cape Verde:
    1 Cape Verdean escudo (CVEsc) = 100 centavos

    Cayman Islands:
    1 Caymanian dollar (CI$) = 100 cents

    Central African Republic:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Chad:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Chile:
    1 Chilean peso (Ch$) = 100 centavos

    China:
    1 yuan = 10 jiao

    Christmas Island:
    1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Cocos (Keeling) Islands:
    1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Colombia:
    1 Colombian peso (Col$) = 100 centavos

    Comoros:
    1 Comoran franc (CF) = 100 centimes

    Congo, Democratic Republic of the:
    Congolese franc (CF)

    Congo, Republic of the:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Cook Islands:
    1 New Zealand dollar (NZ$) = 100 cents

    Costa Rica:
    1 Costa Rican colon (C) = 100 centimos

    Cote d'Ivoire:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Croatia:
    1 Croatian kuna (HRK) = 100 lipas

    Cuba:
    1 Cuban peso (Cu$) = 100 centavos

    Cyprus:
    Greek Cypriot area: 1 Cypriot pound = 100 cents; Turkish Cypriot area: 1 Turkish lira (TL) = 100 kurus

    Czech Republic:
    1 koruna (Kc) = 100 haleru

    Denmark:
    1 Danish krone (DKr) = 100 oere

    Djibouti:
    1 Djiboutian franc (DF) = 100 centimes

    Dominica:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Dominican Republic:
    1 Dominican peso (RD$) = 100 centavos

    Ecuador:
    1 sucre (S/) = 100 centavos

    Egypt:
    1 Egyptian pound = 100 piasters

    El Salvador:
    1 Salvadoran colon (C) = 100 centavos

    Equatorial Guinea:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Eritrea:
    1 nafka = 100 cents

    Estonia:
    1 Estonian kroon (EEK) = 100 sents

    Ethiopia:
    1 birr (Br) = 100 cents

    Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas):
    1 Falkland pound = 100 pence

    Faroe Islands:
    1 Danish krone (DKr) = 100 oere

    Fiji:
    1 Fijian dollar (F$) = 100 cents

    Finland:
    1 markka (FMk) or Finmark = 100 pennia

    France:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    French Guiana:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    French Polynesia:
    1 Comptoirs Francais du Pacifique franc (CFPF) = 100 centimes

    Gabon:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Gambia, The:
    1 dalasi (D) = 100 butut

    Gaza Strip:
    1 new Israeli shekel (NIS) = 100 new agorot

    Georgia:
    1 lari (GEL) = 100 tetri

    Germany:
    1 deutsche mark (DM) = 100 pfennige

    Ghana:
    1 new cedi (C) = 100 pesewas

    Gibraltar:
    1 Gibraltar pound = 100 pence

    Greece:
    1 drachma (Dr) = 100 lepta

    Greenland:
    1 Danish krone (DKr) = 100 oere

    Grenada:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Guadeloupe:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    Guam:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Guatemala:
    1 quetzal (Q) = 100 centavos

    Guernsey:
    1 Guernsey pound = 100 pence

    Guinea:
    1 Guinean franc (FG) = 100 centimes

    Guinea-Bissau:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Guyana:
    1 Guyanese dollar (G$) = 100 cents

    Haiti:
    1 gourde (G) = 100 centimes

    Holy See (Vatican City):
    1 Vatican lira (VLit) = 100 centesimi

    Honduras:
    1 lempira (L) = 100 centavos

    Hong Kong:
    1 Hong Kong dollar (HK$) = 100 cents

    Hungary:
    1 forint (Ft) = 100 filler

    Iceland:
    1 Icelandic krona (IKr) = 100 aurar

    India:
    1 Indian rupee (Re) = 100 paise

    Indonesia:
    Indonesian rupiah (Rp) = 100 sen

    Iran:
    10 Iranian rials (IR) = 1 toman; note - domestic figures are generally referred to in terms of the toman

    Iraq:
    1 Iraqi dinar (ID) = 1,000 fils

    Ireland:
    1 Irish pound = 100 pence

    Israel:
    1 new Israeli shekel (NIS) = 100 new agorot

    Italy:
    1 Italian lira (Lit) = 100 centesimi

    Jamaica:
    1 Jamaican dollar (J$) = 100 cents

    Japan:
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    Jersey:
    1 Jersey pound = 100 pence

    Jordan:
    1 Jordanian dinar (JD) = 1,000 fils

    Kazakhstan:
    1 Kazakhstani tenge = 100 tiyn

    Kenya:
    1 Kenyan shilling (KSh) = 100 cents

    Kiribati:
    1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Korea, North:
    1 North Korean won (Wn) = 100 chon

    Korea, South:
    1 South Korean won (W) = 100 chun (theoretical)

    Kuwait:
    1 Kuwaiti dinar (KD) = 1,000 fils

    Kyrgyzstan:
    1 Kyrgyzstani som (KGS) = 100 tyiyn

    Laos:
    1 new kip (NK) = 100 at

    Latvia:
    1 Latvian lat (LVL) = 100 santims

    Lebanon:
    1 Lebanese pound = 100 piasters

    Lesotho:
    1 loti (L) = 100 lisente; note - maloti (M) is the plural form of loti

    Liberia:
    1 Liberian dollar (L$) = 100 cents

    Libya:
    1 Libyan dinar (LD) = 1,000 dirhams

    Liechtenstein:
    1 Swiss franc, franken, or franco (SFR) = 100 centimes, rappen, or centesimi

    Lithuania:
    1 Lithuanian litas = 100 centas

    Luxembourg:
    1 Luxembourg franc (LuxF) = 100 centimes; note - centimes no longer in use

    Macau:
    1 pataca (P) = 100 avos

    Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of:
    1 Macedonian denar (MKD) = 100 deni

    Madagascar:
    1 Malagasy franc (FMG) = 100 centimes

    Malawi:
    1 Malawian kwacha (MK) = 100 tambala

    Malaysia:
    1 ringgit (M$) = 100 sen

    Maldives:
    1 rufiyaa (Rf) = 100 laari

    Mali:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Malta:
    1 Maltese lira (LM) = 100 cents

    Man, Isle of:
    1 Manx pound = 100 pence

    Marshall Islands:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Martinique:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    Mauritania:
    1 ouguiya (UM) = 5 khoums

    Mauritius:
    1 Mauritian rupee (MauR) = 100 cents

    Mayotte:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    Mexico:
    1 New Mexican peso (Mex$) = 100 centavos

    Micronesia, Federated States of:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Moldova:
    Moldovan leu (MLD) (plural lei)

    Monaco:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    Mongolia:
    1 tughrik (Tug) = 100 mongos

    Montserrat:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Morocco:
    1 Moroccan dirham (DH) = 100 centimes

    Mozambique:
    1 metical (Mt) = 100 centavos

    Namibia:
    1 Namibian dollar (N$) = 100 cents

    Nauru:
    1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Nepal:
    1 Nepalese rupee (NR) = 100 paisa

    Netherlands:
    1 Netherlands guilder, gulden, or florin (f.) = 100 cents; note - to be replaced by the euro on 1 January 2002

    Netherlands Antilles:
    1 Netherlands Antillean guilder, gulden, or florin (NAf.) = 100 cents

    New Caledonia:
    1 Comptoirs Francais du Pacifique franc (CFPF) = 100 centimes

    New Zealand:
    1 New Zealand dollar (NZ$) = 100 cents

    Nicaragua:
    1 gold cordoba (C$) = 100 centavos

    Niger:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Nigeria:
    1 naira (N) = 100 kobo

    Niue:
    1 New Zealand dollar (NZ$) = 100 cents

    Norfolk Island:
    1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Northern Mariana Islands:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Norway:
    1 Norwegian krone (NKr) = 100 oere

    Oman:
    1 Omani rial (RO) = 1,000 baiza

    Pakistan:
    1 Pakistani rupee (PRe) = 100 paisa

    Palau:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Panama:
    1 balboa (B) = 100 centesimos

    Papua New Guinea:
    1 kina (K) = 100 toea

    Paraguay:
    1 guarani (G) = 100 centimos

    Peru:
    1 nuevo sol (S/.) = 100 centimos

    Philippines:
    1 Philippine peso (P) = 100 centavos

    Pitcairn Islands:
    1 New Zealand dollar (NZ$) = 100 cents

    Poland:
    1 zloty (Zl) = 100 groszy

    Portugal:
    1 Portuguese escudo (Esc) = 100 centavos

    Puerto Rico:
    1 US dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Qatar:
    1 Qatari riyal (QR) = 100 dirhams

    Reunion:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    Romania:
    1 leu (L) = 100 bani

    Russia:
    1 ruble (R) = 100 kopeks

    Rwanda:
    1 Rwandan franc (RF) = 100 centimes

    Saint Helena:
    1 Saint Helenian pound = 100 pence

    Saint Kitts and Nevis:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Saint Lucia:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Saint Pierre and Miquelon:
    1 French franc (F) = 100 centimes

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:
    1 East Caribbean dollar (EC$) = 100 cents

    Samoa:
    1 tala (WS$) = 100 sene

    San Marino:
    1 Italian lira (Lit) = 100 centesimi; note - also mints its own coins

    Sao Tome and Principe:
    1 dobra (Db) = 100 centimos

    Saudi Arabia:
    1 Saudi riyal (SR) = 100 halalah

    Senegal:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Serbia and Montenegro:
    1 Yugoslav New Dinar (YD) = 100 paras; Montenegro made the German deutsche mark (1 deutsche mark (DM) = 100 pfennige) legal tender alongside the Yugoslav dinar (1999)

    Seychelles:
    1 Seychelles rupee (SRe) = 100 cents

    Sierra Leone:
    1 leone (Le) = 100 cents

    Singapore:
    1 Singapore dollar (S$) = 100 cents

    Slovakia:
    1 koruna (Sk) = 100 halierov

    Slovenia:
    1 tolar (SlT) = 100 stotins

    Solomon Islands:
    1 Solomon Islands dollar (SI$) = 100 cents

    Somalia:
    1 Somali shilling (So. Sh.) = 100 cents

    South Africa:
    1 rand (R) = 100 cents

    Spain:
    1 peseta (Pta) = 100 centimos

    Sri Lanka:
    1 Sri Lankan rupee (SLRe) = 100 cents

    Sudan:
    1 Sudanese dinar (SD) = 100 piastres; note - in July 1999 the Sudanese Central Bank made the formal declaration that all dealings with the Sudanese pound should stop

    Suriname:
    1 Surinamese guilder, gulden, or florin (Sf.) = 100 cents

    Svalbard:
    1 Norwegian krone (NKr) = 100 oere

    Swaziland:
    1 lilangeni (E) = 100 cents

    Sweden:
    1 Swedish krona (SKr) = 100 oere

    Switzerland:
    1 Swiss franc, franken, or franco (SFR) = 100 centimes, rappen, or centesimi

    Syria:
    1 Syrian pound = 100 piastres

    Tajikistan:
    Tajikistani ruble (TJR) = 100 tanga

    Tanzania:
    1 Tanzanian shilling (TSh) = 100 cents

    Thailand:
    1 baht (B) = 100 satang

    Togo:
    1 Communaute Financiere Africaine franc (CFAF) = 100 centimes

    Tokelau:
    1 New Zealand dollar (NZ$) = 100 cents

    Tonga:
    1 pa'anga (T$) = 100 seniti

    Trinidad and Tobago:
    1 Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TT$) = 100 cents

    Tunisia:
    1 Tunisian dinar (TD) = 1,000 millimes

    Turkey:
    Turkish lira (TL) = 100 kurus (theoretical)

    Turkmenistan:
    1 Turkmen manat (TMM) = 100 tenesi

    Turks and Caicos Islands:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Tuvalu:
    1 Tuvaluan dollar ($T) or 1 Australian dollar ($A) = 100 cents

    Uganda:
    1 Ugandan shilling (USh) = 100 cents

    Ukraine:
    1 hryvna = 100 kopiykas

    United Arab Emirates:
    1 Emirian dirham (Dh) = 100 fils

    United Kingdom:
    1 British pound = 100 pence

    United States:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Uruguay:
    1 Uruguayan peso ($Ur) = 100 centesimos

    Uzbekistan:
    Uzbekistani som (UKS)

    Vanuatu:
    1 vatu (VT) = 100 centimes

    Venezuela:
    1 bolivar (Bs) = 100 centimos

    Vietnam:
    1 new dong (D) = 100 xu

    Virgin Islands:
    1 United States dollar (US$) = 100 cents

    Wallis and Futuna:
    1 Comptoirs Francais du Pacifique franc (CFPF) = 100 centimes

    West Bank:
    1 new Israeli shekel (NIS) = 100 new agorot; 1 Jordanian dinar (JD) = 1,000 fils

    Western Sahara:
    1 Moroccan dirham (DH) = 100 centimes

    Yemen:
    Yemeni rial (YER) = 100 fils

    Zambia:
    1 Zambian kwacha (ZK) = 100 ngwee

    Zimbabwe:
    1 Zimbabwean dollar (Z$) = 100 cents

    Taiwan:
    1 New Taiwan dollar (NT$) = 100 cents




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