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Eurocent

A division of the euro equal in value to 1/100 of one euro.
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Bank of Cyprus has also introduced a fee of 0.15 euro cents for transfers between accounts, for transfers to a third party's account and for deposits in a third account.
At present the tariffs are set until 2019 at 10.2 euro cent per kWh for wind and 15 euro cent per kWh for solar compared with wholesale market electricity tariffs from traditional sources of 4.6-4.8 euro cent per kWh.
Assuming a compressed air consumption of 2.5 [Nm.sup.3] per part at a price of 1.26 euro cents per [Nm.sup.3], the cost of one compressed-air blowing cycle amounts to 3.15 euro cents per part.
The currency markets saw the pound was up nearly two cents against the US dollar at USD1.5438, while the pound also rose against the euro, rising nearly two euro cents to EUR1.3735.
Using the Globe local Italy SIM, they can also call Globe and TM subscribers in the Philippines for seven euro cents or P4.50 per minute.
He also informed that as of Sunday toll can be paid with euro cents to reduce waiting which caused long lines over the past weekend.
Nigmatulin did not hide he was at a loss why Bulgarians are still standing behind Belene project, provided that its cost will push electricity prices up to 14 euro cents, making exports unprofitable, Novinite reports.
In Norway, a liter of unleaded fuel cost 1.972 euros on Thursday, said one European fuel monitoring service, six euro cents less than in ystanbul.
Jesus Pardal, an unemployed 29-year-old father-to-be, pushes buttons in an elevator holding garbage bags containing other people's trash to take out to earn .50 euro cents (.60 US cents) in Cadiz, southern Spain.
In France, the government and retailers decided earlier today to reduce pump prices by as much as six euro cents a liter through a program that will cost the state EoCUu300 million ($377 million).
A litre of petrol that used to cost 0.15 dinars (eight euro cents) now costs around three dinars (1.70 euros), and it can only be bought on the black market from those who stocked up before the conflict reached Tripoli.
The higher quality of the cherries allows Elixir Food to charge a premium of approximately five euro cents per kilo.