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Manat

A name for a currency in Central Asia. The currencies of both Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan are called the manat. In Azerbaijan, the Soviet ruble was called the manat locally.
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manat was transferred to the state budget from the State Oil Fund of the Republic of Azerbaijan, which is 2,370.
The minimum pension for WWII veterans should be 435 Manats (about US $ 153) and Maximum 580 Manats (about US $ 203)
The report also showed that the Fund's net loss on operations in foreign currency due to changes in the course of last year amounted to 1,616,273,000 manat compared to profits of 277,995,000 manat in 2013.
earnings of industrial workers increased compared to the same period in 2011 by 15% to 598 manat.
To use mobile Internet traffic, the minimum subscriber balance should be one manat.
recorded transactions for buying and selling over the counter securities 136,522 for a total of 272,700 manat.
5 billion manats was produced and provided in the ICT sector in Azerbaijan, which was 7.
Some 59 per cent of insured deposits were placed in manats, 37 per cent - in the U.
73 million manats, for the utility costs - 399 million manats (it is
0018 manats per ounce, the cost of platinum decreased by 0.
The minimum amount of net capital of insurers, operating in the non-life insurance sector, is set at the level of five million manats.
The first place will get a prize in the amount of 1,000 manats, while the winners of the second and third places 800 manats and 500 manats, respectively.