Romanian Leu

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Romanian Leu

The currency of Romania. It was issued in 1867 and was pegged to silver and gold until 1878, when the peg shifted exclusively to gold. The peg was dropped in 1914. Revaluations occurred twice during the Communist era in Romania to enhance collectivist goals. In 2005, a third revaluation occurred following a period of high inflation.
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The new LEU core will enable Jamaica to continue this important research while minimizing the risk posed by the presence of nuclear materials.
NNSA is now developing a new LEU fuel that will allow the remaining five reactors to operate.
Conticap will supply ComStock with a range of financial data in the following currencies: New Turkish Lira, Polish Zloty, Hungarian Forint, Russian Rouble, Romanian New Leu and Israeli Shekel.
The Republic of Korea is a key partner in the international effort to develop new LEU fuels that allow for the conversion of the most challenging civilian research reactors, said Harrington.
Korea is a proud partner in the global effort to minimize the use of HEU and is committed to our ongoing partnership on the development of new LEU fuels to enable HEU minimization.
GAO was asked to examine (1) the status of the remaining research reactors in converting to LEU fuel, (2) DOE's progress in developing new LEU fuels for reactors where conversion is not yet technically feasible, (3) DOE's progress in developing LEU for the production of medical isotopes, and (4) the status of DOE and Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) efforts to improve security at research reactors.
Verimatrix, the specialist in securing and enhancing revenue for multi-network, multi-screen digital TV services around the globe, and Austrian IPTV technology company Ocilion today announced that Stafag Communications AG has deployed the integrated Ocilion and Verimatrix solution to enable its new Leu CineTV offering, which features time shifted TV, live pause, personal video recorder (PVR) and video on-demand (VoD) films.