monetary unit

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a unit of money

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When look at the countries where they use rupee as the monetary unit, Sri Lanka is only used cents as sub unit of rupee and other countries use different names for sub units.
Accounting records (books of account), sales documentation, brochures and price lists, invoices, pay slips, and other documents will be different, taking into consideration that prices will be established in a different monetary unit.
If an economy's monetary unit is known to be a stable standard of value, then changes in money prices will accurately reflect changes in the relative values of goods and assets.
It will tend to rise as the number of monetary units drops.
The aggregate mean taint per monetary unit over all monetary units ranged from 0.
Where in Europe was the drachma the monetary unit before the euro?
Turkish industry minister said Turkey continued to get positive news about its economy when uncertainties continued in global economy, and gave as an example Standard and Poors' decision to upgrade Turkey's local monetary unit rating to investable level.
Both men were intrigued with the idea of a universal currency, a global monetary unit that would transcend the vagaries of individual national monies.
The monetary unit would remain the same, the DAB official said and added 82 billion afghanis were currently in circulation across the country.
PPS is an artificial monetary unit that eliminates price level differences between countries.
In Table 1, the monetary unit is some arbitrary amount.
Based on local monetary unit, Tehran Stock Exchange index reached 34652 showing 0.
What was the monetary unit of Portugal prior to January 1,2002?
The text has been revised throughout to reflect changes in course requirements, new statistical information, and recent policy developments, and features new material on the ongoing integration of the new member states and the new forms of association with the recent accession countries of Central and Eastern Europe; the establishment of the European Monetary Unit and subsequent performance of the Euro; and the EU's past and future development as a guide to the successful economic integration of other regions of the world and for the improvement of global economic governance.