Currency Centre


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Currency Centre

An organization in Ireland that issues legal tender coins and banknotes for general use. It was established in 1978 and is based in Dublin. It is also called the Irish Mint.
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Furthermore, it was agreed that a Chinese Currency Centre would be established in Qatar.
Pickets were also placed at the Central Bank's currency centre in Sandyford.
Originally, the EUR2,032 bonus was paid only to Central Bank staff in the Currency Centre in Sandyford, which printed, minted and distributed the new euros and cents.
However, the Labour Court found that all categories of staff involved with the claim and their counterparts in the Currency Centre had always constituted a single negotiating unit in the past.
For import duty procedures, designated banks are required to transfer all customs revenue collected by them to the nearest CBN branch or currency centre on the Monday of the following week.
The US, the second most important currency centre, does about half the amount of trading that takes place in London.
A Central Bank spokesman added: "The screen is part of a major security upgrade at the Currency Centre.
1 BILLION coins will leave the currency centre in Sandyford.
Scotland's biggest travel agents, AT Mays, yesterday reported their busiest day ever at their Glasgow currency centre.
The third factor is related to the extent of the banks' flexibility in meeting their clients' foreign exchange requirements by opening currency centres within the authorised limits.
Instead of tackling structural problems, much of the endless chatter about the common currency centres on financial engineering: rescue funds, backstopping banks, printing money and the like.