bureau de change


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(French) an establishment where you can exchange foreign money

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Accordingly, the public is advised not to transact foreign exchange business with any person purporting to trade in the name of Universal Bureau de Change.
She said she was staffing the bureau de change when a stocky European man with a cap, mousey hair, and olive skin approached her and mumbled: "This is a raid.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that it would end its sale of foreign exchange to Bureau de Change (BDC) operators in the country.
With TMX-online, we were able to launch our business without having to worry about designing operational procedures since they are all configured and embedded in the product," said Jerome Mutumba, Executive Chairman at Rockhard Bureau de Change
Yet a few specialist 'load-free' credit cards, with no annual fees, mean you get perfect rates wherever you spend, smashing bureau de change.
A spokeswoman for Travelex, which runs two Bureau de Change stalls at Birmingham Airport, said the firm did offer cheaper rates online.
HOLIDAYMAKERS can now pick up their foreign exchange with their suntan lotion, after Liverpool's Superdrug opened an in-store bureau de change.
The new store incorporates a bureau de change, petrol station, photo lab, clothing range and pizza bar as well as the supermarket itself It has environmentallyfriendly features, including rainwater harvesting and use of natural light whenever possible.
Sainsbury's is to introduce Travelex bureau de change kiosks in 100 stores by the end of 2009.
I RECENTLY tried to get pounds 200 of Czech money on my American Express card from the Bureau de Change at Edinburgh Airport.
A businessman amassed about pounds 1 million by buying euros at 'massively favourable' exchange rates from a post office bureau de change, a court heard yesterday.
The new bureau de change on Obispo Street (between Cuba and Aguiar) will serve as the pilot for future stages, reports the newspaper Granma.
Hence, what is required instead of a single egalitarian metric is the equivalent of an egalitarian bureau de change.
This year we are looking to increase the number of outlets for betting vouchers, and the system will operate as a bureau de change, with rates based on those in the Financial Times.
Over pounds 100,000 was snatched when raiders surprised staff at the Bank of Ireland Bureau de Change early on Friday morning.
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