East Caribbean Dollar

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East Caribbean Dollar

The currency for all members and associate members of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States except for the British Virgin Islands. It traces its origins to the Spanish dollar, the world's leading currency in the 18th century, but it was first issued in 1965, replacing the British West Indian dollar at par.
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University of Bristol, which will produce educational films to inform on volcanic risk and support disaster resilience in the East Caribbean, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the South Pacific.
Which East Caribbean island aka the Emerald island has the capital Plymouth?
The official currency is the East Caribbean Dollar but most places accept the higher value US dollar too and quote prices in either currency.
Kitts in the East Caribbean, Beaumont Park will be a sophisticated hillside community of rambling home sites, luxurious homes, villas, townhomes and condominium residences.
master franchisee for Enterprise Holdings in the East Caribbean region, completed the agreement with Paradise Auto Rental & Sales.
At the same time, the report of the raised potential loan goes some way to balancing the additional risk to Cukurova's ability to buy back the stake that appeared on March 11, when the East Caribbean Supreme Court ordered BVI-registered Cukurova Telecom Holdings - which controls Turkcell and in which Cukurova has a 51% stake - to pay another major Turkcell shareholder - TeliaSonera - close to $1bn.
This shall be used within all of its popular border control and security software solutions, which are in use by a number of the East Caribbean islands' Governments and other national security organisations.
After finding Mr Mullany's phone had been bought for 200 East Caribbean Dollars (around pounds 40) by a local woman Francesca de la Cruz, officers then examined the device.
ECFH Global Investment Solutions Ltd, a brokerage-dealer subsidiary of the East Caribbean Financial Holding Co.
Considering that in 2003 there were ~50 large cruise ships that carry 1,200 or more passengers operating in the Caribbean Sea (with destinations in the Bahamas, East Caribbean, South Caribbean, West Caribbean, and East coast of Mexico only) during the fall migration (Aug-Oct), this source of avian mortality may not be trivial (Table 1).

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