Peso Boliviano

Peso Boliviano

The former currency of Bolivia. It was introduced in 1963 as a way to stave off inflation. It was pegged to the U.S. dollar until 1979, when it began to operate under a managed float. It suffered from high inflation throughout its history, especially in the mid-1980s. It was replaced by the boliviano in 1986.
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The Peso Boliviano is the national currency of which country?
El valor del peso boliviano, relativo al dolar estadounidense cambiaba dos veces por dia, el indice anual de 24,000%, el peso caia a una tasa del 1 0 2% por hora.