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Peso

The name of several currencies. The word originated as the Spanish term for a large, silver coin common in international trade in the 16th century. It is currently the name of currencies in several former colonies of Spain, particularly in Latin America. See also: Mexican peso.
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This also serves as an avenue to report accomplishments of the different PESO in bridging the DOLE programs in their respective municipalities.
In this context, we can examine the interaction of the economic developments and programs that the Duterte government is pursuing and how the changing peso could alter the future directions of the economy.
En suma, durante los 28 meses que Nuno despacho en la SEP destino mil 687 millones de pesos a promover en los medios a la dependencia, cantidad suficiente para ayudar a la reconstruccion de las viviendas de las 14 mil familias afectadas por el sismo del 19 de septiembre de 2017.
When the market is trending upward, the increasing inflow of foreign funds will cause the peso to appreciate against the dollar.
Esto, porque los mecanismos de intervencion del mercado para "estabilizar" al peso, son temporales y abiertos, el mercado los conoce claramente y no hay sorpresa, ademas de que no buscan defender un determinado precio en su paridad global.
En el PT el Ingreso mas alto corresponde a Jose Luis Lopez Lopez, "comisionado politico", con 40 mil pesos mensuales.
A importancia da avaliacao do peso ao nascer, portanto, da-se por ser um processo complexo, resultante de uma serie de fatores de origem biologica, social e ambiental e que coloca em evidencia fatores relacionados as condicoes de vida da populacao (18).
Na obtencao de medidas de eficiencia produtiva, procura-se considerar as diferencas em peso ou tamanho dos animais (RIBEIRO et al.
A large number of our customers frequent Mexico and oftentimes they come back from business and visiting family and they have leftover pesos in their pocket,'' Gamm said.
The IDB then gives the money in pesos to Banobras, which, in turn, distributes the peso loans to individual states and municipalities which, by law, can only borrow in pesos.
Talk on the street is that every Cuban would get paid in pesos convertibles and would have access to all kinds of products, currently restricted to "dollar areas.
The Central Bank said it would not intervene to prop up the peso.