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Eurocent

A division of the euro equal in value to 1/100 of one euro.
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(9 eurocents per share for the whole 2018 financial year)
Visitors and residents to receive 50 eurocents as change when they shop
Using its monopolistic position on the Lithuanian market, Ignalina produces one kilowatt of electricity for six centas (0.17 eurocents) while the Lithuanian people pay 37 centas (10.7 eurocents) for one kilowatt of electricity," Grybauskaite said.
Earnings per share at the company grew by 17 per cent to 33.1 eurocents, with an interim dividend of 5.25 eurocents to be paid - an increase of five per cent on last year.
Adjusted earnings per share were down five per cent on the first half of last year at 58.5 eurocents, although the basic total showed a 16 per cent drop at 50.6 eurocents.
After EUR 0.12/kWh in the last round, tThe maximum bid price will be 10 eurocents per kilowatt-hour
The prices are increased from 5 eurocents to 30 eurocents per category and distance.
Their surcharge is reduced from 6.24 eurocents per kilowatt hour to 0.05 eurocents for the largest part of their consumption.
For consumption above certain thresholds, they have to pay only 0.05 eurocent instead of 5.29 eurocent per kilowatt hour, the regular rate for this year, which is likely to go up to well over six eurocents in 2014.
Total said that it would match this cut at its motorway petrol stations, bringing the price for consumers down by a full six Eurocents (US 7.5 cents).
At the moment, kilowatt/hour costs 6.44 percent in Macedonian households and with the price increase, the price will total around seven eurocents.
Watch the Eurocents and the Euros will look after themselves