Zloty


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Zloty

The currency of Poland. It was introduced in 1995, replacing the third zloty (PLZ) after a period of hyperinflation. It replaced the old currency at a ratio of 10,000 old zloty to one new zloty.
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a) For Part 1 - 1 300 PLN (one thousand three hundred zlotys 0/100)
for lot 9 - 1 450 PLN (in words one thousand four hundred fifty zloty 00/100)
The effort will cost 50 million zlotys, of which almost 30 million will be for marketing and promotion.
Generale is paying around 40 Zlotys per share to the Polish-American Enterprise Fund (PAEF) and the Enterprise Credit Corporation (ECC) for their holdings in PPA.
Yves Flaissier, President of Agros Holding SA have recently signed an agreement* relating to the acquisition by Santa-Lina, a Pernod Ricard subsidiary, of 80% of the capital of Polmos Poznan for 300 million zlotys (approximately EUR 82 million).
PKP - whose loss is likely to reach one billion Zlotys (USD290 million) in 1998 against last year's 80 million Zlotys - is preparing for a radical restructuring, which should pave the way for its privatisation around the year 2002.
The Netherlands-based brewer, Heineken, has raised its stake in Polish brewer Zywiec from 50% to 75% through its public tender offer at 345 Zlotys per share.
Pesa had submitted an offer of Zlotys 206m ($US 41.
Part 4 - 3 200 PLN (three thousand two hundred zlotys
Task 4 - 1 500 PLN (in words one thousand five hundred zlotys and 00/100)