Eurocent


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Eurocent

A division of the euro equal in value to 1/100 of one euro.
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The new 50 eurocent coin features the image of Pope Benedict on one side along with the words "Citta del Vaticano 2010.
Total stressed that prices at other outlets would come down by only two Eurocents.
Clients that will chose a regular Euro-tariff will be paying no more than 35 Eurocents per minute for outgoing calls and 11 Eurocents per minute for incoming calls.
but the Euro currency is still around 10 Eurocents off recent highs.
Techno Hose will have an area of 2 hectares in Bunardzik for a rent of 10 Eurocents per sq.
1 eurocents per minute, as calculated in late 2003.
He added, though, that the price of photovoltaic electricity is now 18 eurocents/kW compared with 50 eurocents five years ago; in Southern countries it is around ten eurocents.
0 million, or 28 Eurocents per share, compared to net income of e1/4 7.
Moreover, he considers that the financial envelope allocated to the programme is very "modest" since the "average sum proposed per year and per consumer represents five eurocents, compared to seven eurocents in the previous period".
Ryanair, Ireland's low-cost airline, announced, on 12 January, that it plans to raise the cost of its tickets by 25 eurocents to cover ETS costs, and criticised once again the inclusion of aviation in the EU's Emission Trading Scheme (ETS).