Moneychanger

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Moneychanger

A person or, less commonly, an institution that exchanges one currency for another on behalf of a client. For example, if one presents a moneychanger with U.S. dollars, the moneychanger may provide one with an equivalent amount of British pounds. Modern moneychangers originated in medieval Europe and were instrumental in the development of banking.
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Certainly the money changers should reduce their commission.
The newly elected head of the money changers association Ramez Mokataf said a significant number of licensed money changers, previously estimated at 250, would not be able to afford the hike.
Kabul money changers had also observed a one-day shutter down after Asmatullah's killing.
Of the questionable types of money changing, some are so because of money changers, some are so because of the recipients of money changing.
According to the investigator Tariq Gondal said that AJK based money changers identified as Raja Sajjad and Shabbir came in Mall Plaza where they exchanged foreign currency with Sky Money Changer while receiving Rs 1 crore 19 lac.
BEIRUT: More than 250 money changers across the country are likely to be stripped of licenses and forced into Lebanon's underground economy, the head of the Lebanese Money Changers Association told The Daily Star, following a Central Bank decision last month to double compulsory minimum capital in an attempt to clamp down on money laundering.
Summary: MADINAH: As the Haj approaches and the region fills up with pilgrims from across the globe, money changers have noticed a particular trend during the weeks leading up to the annual spiritual get-together: Hajis don't like to receive dingy-looking Saudi currency.
KABUL (PAN): The main money changing Bazaar in the capital, Srai-i-Shahzada Market Thursday remained closed to protest the killing of Herat money changers union chief, here in Kabul on Thursday.
Further, it is agreed that all money changers engage in money changing with the hope and stipulation of profit.
Advertising guru Chas Bayfield speaks about the money changers in the temple.
com/Gadgets), "but, intriguingly, none of them show Jesus throwing the money changers out of the temple.