Colombian Peso


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Colombian Peso

The currency of Colombia. Instituted in 1837, it was pegged to the U.S. dollar for a time. Since 1955, however, the peso has floated. It has gradually deteriorated in value since.
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Money Exchange: Colombian pesos can be purchased at a casa de cambio located just before the exit doors.
1 million Colombian Pesos (USD 585,000) and provide technical advice to generate sales and ensure complete reconciliation with the communities where the stores are located.
s ordinary bonds for 100 billion Colombian pesos (approximately US$42 million), for the purpose of supporting the Colombian operations of this microfinance lender, which is part Spain s BBVA Microfinance Foundation (FMBBVA).
BVC: ECOPETROL; NYSE: EC; TSX: ECP) announced today Ecopetrol Group's financial results for the third quarter of 2015 and the nine first months of the year, prepared and filed in Colombian pesos (COP$) and under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) applicable in Colombia.
The coffee growers are currently receiving 521,000 Colombian pesos for 125-kg bags.
One such trade-based system is the black market peso exchange, through which money launderers furnish narcotics-generated dollars in the United States to commercial smugglers, travel agents, investors, and others in exchange for Colombian pesos.
After separating the two, they concluded the drug weighed in at 11 kilos with a value of over $100 million Colombian pesos.
I'm not allowed to reveal more detail, but let's just say I wouldn't recommend paying for your local in Colombian pesos.
dollars and 11 million Colombian pesos (around 3,600 US dollars).