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Tugrik

The currency of Mongolia. It was introduced in 1925 and was pegged to the Soviet ruble. It currently floats.
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There has been a series of devaluations of the tugrik vis-a-vis the US dollar.
A key reform was the liberalization of the tugrik to float with the US dollar.
The government allocated 75.2 billion Mongolian tugriks (28.5 million U.S.
As of October, the central bank's average gold purchase price was 99,911.55 Mongolian tugriks (about 39 U.S.
Main Mongolian oil importing companies, including Shunkhlai LLC and Magnai Trade LLC have raised their retail prices of gasoline and diesel by 50-250 Mongolian tugriks (0.02-0.10 U.S.
Currently, the retail price for a liter of gasoline brands AI-92 and AI-95 in Mongolia is at 1,890 and 2,220 Mongolian tugriks (0.74 and 0.87 U.S.
Mongolian oil importers have hiked the retail prices of gasoline and diesel from Saturday amid a rapid depreciation of the country's national currency the tugrik against the U.S.
Mongolia is going to raise its monthly minimum wage to 320,000 Mongolian tugriks (129.8 U.S.
It was agreed by Mongolia's Tripartite Council, which brings together representatives of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, employers, and trade unions, to increase the minimum wage by 80,000 Mongolian tugriks (32.4 U.S.
Currently, more than 930 public buses are operating in the capital Ulan Bator, he said, and the cost of the installations of three DPFs on a bus is some 40 million Mongolian Tugriks (16,200 U.S.
The volume of industrial production in Mongolia grew 23.3 percent in the January-May period compared to the same period last year, amounting to six trillion Tugriks (about 2.439 billion U.S.
From the capital, Ulaanbaatar, alone, party officials planned to raise 60 billion tugriks ($25 million) in campaign financing from business elites and foreign investors, according to audio recordings released by whistleblower Ganbold Dorjzodov between 2016 and 2017.