Cypriot Pound


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Cypriot Pound

The former currency of Cyprus. It was introduced by the British in 1879 and was pegged to the British pound at par until 1972. The pound was taken out of circulation and replaced by the euro in January 2008.
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Judge Demetris Kitsos could have imposed a maximum sentence of three years in jail and a pounds 3,000 fine but instead imposed a fine of 450 Cypriot pounds (pounds 523).
Amendments passed in 2003 and 2004 authorize the FIU to instruct banks to delay or prevent execution of customers' payment orders; extend due diligence and reporting requirements to auditors, tax advisors, accountants, and, in certain cases, attorneys, real estate agents, and dealers in precious stones and gems; and permit administrative fines of up to 2863 Cypriot pounds (approximately $6,390).
We hired a Suzuki Vitara rag-top jeep for a couple of days at a cost of 45 Cypriot pounds.
Yesterday James, from Colwyn Bay, was fined 1,250 Cypriot pounds at Limassol District Court after he admitted one charge under Cyprus law of causing death through want of precaution through recklessness or criminal damage.
They earn about 2000 Cypriot pounds a month, a sum McLeish's men could easily blow on a night out
The couple paid 113,000 Cypriot pounds (pounds 172,000) for their two-bedrooom, two-bathroom property from savings.
MALTA and Cyprus went over to the Euro at the start of the year and you have until the end of the month to exchange any Maltese lira or Cypriot pounds into Sterling or you'll be left with worthless currency, reports Thomas Cook.
A new Honda Civic automatic for a week with full excess insurances (beware the extras that can be added on) was 85 Cypriot pounds (pounds 100 UK).
The 40-minute return coach ride and entry costs 19 Cypriot pounds (pounds 22) each.
FACTFILE Currency Is Cypriot pounds Language is Greek but English is widely spoken Adult prices start from pounds 485 per person for seven nights bed and breakfast accommodation at The Annabelle in Paphos, departing Gatwick between January 3 and February 22 2002, or from pounds 735 per person departing between June 5-22 2002.
Abbey's head of banking, Mr Mark Murphy, says demand for Cypriot pounds has rocketed by a remarkable 112 per cent since the series began, compared with the same period a year ago.
This includes an upgrade to the Palm Beach's Royal Suite and a complimentary candlelit dinner for two so your Cypriot pounds will go even further.