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Manat

A name for a currency in Central Asia. The currencies of both Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan are called the manat. In Azerbaijan, the Soviet ruble was called the manat locally.
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Some 58 million manats were placed in the government securities, and the annual yield on them amount on average to 4.
72 million manats, surpassing the Central Bank of Azerbaijani's new obligations for the minimum amount of the banks' overall capital of 50 million manats for later part of this year.
Around 1,200 shares at par worth of 1,000 manat have been issued.
The price per one kilogram of fresh beef has increased by almost 50% during August - from 16 to 22 manats (about $8).
Some 50,000 shares at a par value of 1,000 manats will be issued as part of the emission.
On July 2, 1998, Azerbaijan's 'Turan' news agency announced that domestic prices of oil had been cut by 30% from 273,000 manats ($70) per ton to 193,000 manats ($50).
Businessmen from the UK, Switzerland, the UAE, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine concluded transactions in deposit manats for refined cotton oil, cotton yarn, saraja wool and detergents for over 2.
1 million manats accounted for telecommunications equipment, 50.
5 billion manats or 15 percent of late 2014 liabilities); the bank's majority (51.
Term of the credit is 12 months with maximum amount of credit 5000 manats and as much as six times of client's salary.
The minimum salary in Turkmenistan for employees of enterprises, institutions, organizations of all forms of ownership should be 598 Manats (about US $ 210)
Over 100 million manats ($127 million) has been invested from the public fund in the development of alternative and renewable energy sources in Azerbaijan.