Gibraltar Pound


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Gibraltar Pound

The currency of Gibraltar. It was introduced in 1927, replacing the British pound. It is pegged to the British pound at par.
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Gibraltar has its own currency, the Gibraltar pound, which is tied to the British pound.
The euro can be used in some outlets and, with close proximity to Spain you have a choice to get euros from many cash machines, but the currency is the Gibraltar Pound or the Pound Sterling which are interchangeable, being of exactly the same value.
Religion(s): Catholic, Protestant, Islam, Hindu, Judaism Currency: Gibraltar Pound Driving: Left-hand drive cars on the right-hand side of the road Medical: Health care is free to all and there is a brand new hospital here Tax/Social Security: Tax is high, around 40 per cent, but there are a lot of tax concessions.

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