Czechoslovak Koruna

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Czechoslovak Koruna

The currency of the former Czechoslovakia. It was introduced in 1919 and remained until 1993 (with a six-year exception during World War II). After the breakup of Czechoslovakia it was replaced by the Czech koruna and the Slovak koruna.
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Contract notice: production of commemorative bimetal coins for the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the czechoslovak crown
I myself at the end of 1990 radically devalued the Czechoslovak crown (but not in an attempt to gain competitive advantage) and immediately after that introduced a fixed exchange rate regime.
This compares with deficits of up to 2.2 percent of GDP for the future Slovakia, 2.2 percent for Hungary and 3.8 percent for Poland.(3) This was an important factor which made it much easier for Czech political leaders to effect economic reform in the areas of price liberalization, the devaluation of the Czechoslovak crown (Kcs) and the tax system.
Klaus also devalued in January the Czechoslovak crown from eight to 38 per dollar to commerce the process toward convertability.
A British owner of studio facilities who toured Barrandov while our team was there believed that Barrandov had taken a significant amount of its business, largely as the result of a favorable exchange rate between the dollar and the Czechoslovak crown. After analyzing the data, we thought it safe to assume that Barrandov could capture at least some of the market for rental facilities.
While Slovakia later adopted the euro, following the macroeconomic development of Slovakia and the Czech Republic has not differed fundamentallyTwenty five years ago on February 8, 1993, the Czech-Slovak currency, the eskoskovenska koruna (Ks) or Czechoslovak Crown (CZK), divided into two sovereign currencies, the Slovak and Czech crown.
However, someone reported them for 500 Czechoslovak crowns, and the guards took them to Bratislava, where they were interrogated.Both of them were later taken to the Sere camp, three weeks after Karol's father and sister had been deported from there.
Prices for new records ranged from 250 to 500 Czechoslovak crowns. Bear in mind that the average monthly income in 1980 was 2656 crowns.
Czechoslovak-Chinese Trade in 1946-1947 (in Thousands of Czechoslovak Crowns, Share in Percentage) Year Import from Export to Balance China's share in China China Czechoslovak export 1946 1014 42043 41029 0.3 1947 3972 83022 79050 0.3 Source: Foreign Trade of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1946, series III, Prague: State Statistical Office, 1948, 11; Foreign Trade of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1947, volume 1, series 111, Prague: State Statistical Office, 1948, 11.
Moreover, households had to pay quite a lot for the house connection - 200 Czechoslovak crowns.
The performance, sold out well in advance and with record box-office takings (14,344 Czechoslovak crowns), was broadcast by all the Czechoslovak radio stations.
You could get it in Czechoslovakia but it was too expensive ndash it cost five Czechoslovak crowns, Bila#269i#269 tells.