Zloty


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Zloty

The currency of Poland. It was introduced in 1995, replacing the third zloty (PLZ) after a period of hyperinflation. It replaced the old currency at a ratio of 10,000 old zloty to one new zloty.
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For lot 5 order - 4 300 PLN (four thousand three hundred zlotys 00/100)
Part 10 - in the amount of PLN 570 (five hundred and seventy zloty PLN 00/100)
3 126 PLN (say one hundred twenty six zlotys zero grosz)
The company, which expects revenues to reach 950 million zlotys (291 million euros) this year, is giving itself three years to win a 20% share of the domestic frozen food market, which would put it in second place behind Hortex.
He said 3,000 zlotys ($960) would be enough to buy his silence.
But after placing an order with TV Direct to secure 'priority processing' of his winnings, all he got was an envelope stuffed with worthless Polish zlotys.
TVN's fine of 300,000 zlotys (82,000 euro) topped the previous largest-ever penalty levied against a Polish TV station by a frill 100,000 zlotys.
NET profit at AIB's majority-owned Polish Bank Zachodni WBK halved to 37m zlotys (EUR8m) in the third quarter, despite a sharp fall in loan loss charges.