Singapore dollar

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the basic unit of money in Singapore

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A banking managed reported that there still exists heavy pressure for the appreciation of the local currency, which is still lower in scale than the appreciation of renminbi and Singaporean dollar against the U.
In addition to new language translations, ClickBank added 18 new currencies to its online marketplace including: Argentinian Peso, Brazilian Real, Chilean Peso, Chinese Yuan, Columbian Peso, Czech Koruna, Hungarian Forint, Indian Rupee, Indonesian Rupiah, Korean Won, Malaysian Ringgit, Mexican Peso, Philippine Peso, Polish Zloty, Russian Ruble, Singaporean Dollar, Thai Baht and Turkish Lira.
dollar so far this year, lagging behind the scale of appreciation of many other Asian currencies, including Japanese yen, Thai baht, Malaysian dollar, and Singaporean dollar.
Korean won and Singaporean dollar scored even higher appreciation against the U.
The foreign currency portfolio includes US dollars, Euros, Swiss francs, British pounds, Australian and Canadian dollars, Japanese yens, Russian rubles, Chinese yuans, Singaporean dollars, Norwegian and Swiss krona.
5m Singaporean dollars a year in addition to creating a culture of continuous improvement," he added.
I also have US dollar and I have 20 and 10 and 5 Singaporean dollars.
2 billion Singaporean dollars ($958 million), (http://www.
I was sure there was at least 200,000 Singaporean dollars in the bag," the Herald Sun quoted him as telling the Straits Times.
com's regional website in Singapore, Singaporean small businesses can connect with 3 million independent professionals from all over the world, and transact in Singaporean dollars.
to be set up with capital of 500,000 Singaporean dollars (about $413,000), will work with developers in Southeast and South Asia to deliver high-quality games to smartphone users worldwide, it said.
Slobodan Pavkovic, coach of S League side Young Lions and the Singapore Football Association (FAS) technical director, shoved the official in a league game earlier this month He was fined $10,000 Singaporean dollars (pounds 4,8,50) and banned from the touchline, but was more aghast at his antics in front of Pele.