Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark(redirected from Bosnia and Herzegovina konvertibilna marka)
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark
The currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was introduced in 1995 and replaced three different currencies. It was pegged to the German mark on a 1:1 ratio. When the euro replaced the German mark, the convertible mark changed the peg to 1 euro : 1.95583 convertible marks. This was the same ratio that the German mark had with the euro before its replacement.
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