Koruna


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Koruna

1. See: CZK.

2. See: SKK.
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Neighbouring Slovakia bought the most with purchases worth over 600 million koruna over the 12 months.
The gap narrowed slightly the next day with 37.27 koruna offered for English notes and 31.53 for Scottish.
The strength of the koruna should give a competitive edge to imported goods over the next 6 months.
Once revenues from taxes are added in and other costs subtracted, the report calculates that the nation saw a net gain of 5.82 billion koruna ($147.1 million) from smoking.
Global Banking News-March 3, 2017--Czech central banker urges traders to be wary of Koruna Swings
Australian Dollar 1.77 Bulgarian Lev 2.20 Canadian Dollar 1.67 Croatian Kuna 8.56 Czech Koruna 30.77 Egyptian Pound 10.21 Euro 1.16 Hungarian Forint 332.88 NZ Dollar 1.92 Polish Zloty 4.68 S African Rand 16.22 Swiss Franc 1.41 Thai Baht 49.90 Turkish Lira 3.18 UAE Dirham 5.71 US Dollar 1.58
1.4300 Croatian Kuna .....................................7.9900 Czech Koruna ...................................
By PESHAWAR, May 21, 2011 (Balochistan Times): To ensure access to clean drinking water to the communities of Mir Bad Shah Koruna, Muslim Khan Koruna, Daniyal Koruna and Tora Lakkai, the political administration has rehabilitated three drinking water supply systems besides constructing flood protection wall.
At the request of the Slovak authorities, the exchange rate of the Slovak koruna (crown) has been revalued by 8.5%.
One driving force behind recent growth in sales of imports is the 17 percent increase in the national currency (the koruna) against the US dollar during 2002.