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International Currencies: Countries and their Currencies

Published Saturday, April 07, 2007

Each country uses currency (any form of money) as a medium of exchange of value for goods and services. Currencies are usually in the forms of paper bills (notes) and metal coins. It is issued by a government or a central bank of a country and is used as legal tender and a basis for trade where it is circulated within an economy. Currencies of different monetary unit are given a fixed value and are represented by a name and/or a symbol.


Most countries create their own currency (money) however, there are those countries that use the currency of other nations as their official currency or interchangeably at a rate of change of 1:1 with that other country’s currency. This process is known as official dollarization. Some countries for example that use the U.S. dollar as their official currency are Ecuador (2000) - uses its own coins, El Salvador (2001), East Timor (2000), the British Virgin Islands (1959), Turks and Caicos Islands (1973), the Marshall Islands (1944) and others. Countries for example, like Panama, Bermuda and the Bahamas, even though they mint and circulate their own legal tender, they also interchangeably use the U.S. currency which is equivalent in value to the U.S. dollar.
Another exception of countries not using its own currency, would be the euro. This is a currency that is used as the currency for several European countries.


Currencies of the World

Country Currency Sub Currency
A
Afghanistan
afghani 100 puls
Algeria dinar 100 centimes
Andorra euro 100 cents
Argentina austral 100 centavos
Australia dollar 100 cents
Austria euro 100 cents
B
Bahamas
dollar 100 cents
Bahrain dinar 1,000 fils
Barbados dollar 100 cents
Belgium euro 100 cents
Belize dollar 100 cents
Benin franc 100 centimes
Bolivia boliviano 100 centavos
Brazil real 100 centavos
Brunei dollar 100 cents or sen
Bulgaria lev 100 stotinki
C
Cameroon
franc 100 centimes
Canada dollar 100 cents
Cayman Islands dollar 100 cents
Central African Rep. franc 100 centimes
Chad franc 100 centimes
Chile peso 100 centavos
China yuan 10 fen
Columbia peso 100 centavos
Congo franc 100 centimes
Costa Rica colon 100 centimos
Cuba peso 100 centavos
Czechoslovakia koruna 100 halers
D
Denmark
krone 100 ore
Djibouti franc 100 centimes
Dominican Rep. peso 100 centavos
E
Ecuador
dollar 100 cents
Egypt pound 100 piastres
El Salvador colon 100 centavos
Ethiopia birr 100 cents
F
Fiji
dollar 100 cents
Finland euro 100 cents
France euro 100 cents
G
Gabon
franc 100 centimes
Gambia dalasi 100 bututs
Germany euro 100 cents
Ghana cedi 100 pesewas
Greece euro 100 cents
Guatemala quetzal 100 centavos
Guinea franc 100 centimes
Guyana dollar 100 cents
H
Haiti
gourde 100 centimes
Honduras lempira 100 centavos
Hong Kong dollar 100 cents
Hungary forint 100 filler
I
Iceland
Krona 100 aurar
India rupee 100 paise
Indonesia rupiah 100 sen
Iraq dinar 1,000 fils
Ireland euro 100 cents
Israel shekel 100 agorot
Italy euro 100 cents
Ivory Coast franc 100 centimes
J
Jamaica
dollar 100 cents
Japan yen 100 cen
Jordan dinar 1,000 fils
K
Kenya
shilling 100 cents
Kuwait dinar 1,000 fils
L
Lebanon
pound 100 piastres
Luxembourg euro 100 cents
M


Malawi kwacha 100 tambala
Malaysia ringgit 100 sen
Maldives rufiyaa 100 laari
Malta lira or pound 100 cents
Mauritania ouguiya 5 khoums
Mauritius rupee 100 cents
Mexico peso 100 centavos
Mongolia tugrik 100 mongo
Montenegro euro 100 cents
Morocco dirham 100 centimes
N
Nepal
rupee 100 paisa
Netherlands euro 100 cents
New Zealand dollar 100 cents
Nicaragua cordoba 100 centavos
Niger franc 100 centimes
Norway krone 100 ore
O
Oman
riyal-omani 1,000 baiza
P
Pakistan
rupee 100 paisa
Papua New Guinea kina 100 toea
Paraguay guarani 100 centimos
Peru inti 100 centimes
Philippines peso 100 centavos
Poland zloty 100 groszy
Portugal euro 100 cents
Q
Qatar
riyal 100 dirhams
R
Romania
leu 100 bani
S
Saudi Arabia
riyal 100 dirhams
Senegal franc 100 centimes
Serbia dinar 100 paras
Seychelles rupee 100 cents
Sierra Leone leone 100 cents
Singapore dollar 100 cents
Slovakia koruna
Slovenia euro 100 cents
Solomon Islands dollar 100 cents
Somalia shilling 100 cents
South Africa rand 100 cents
South Korea won 100 chon
Spain euro 100 cents
Sri Lanka rupee 100 cents
Sudan dinar
Suriname guilder 100 cents
Sweden krona 100 ore
Switzerland franc 100 centimes
Syria pound 100 piastres
T
Taiwan
dollar 100 cents
Tanzania shilling 100 cents
Thailand baht 100 satang
Togo franc 100 centimes
Trinidad & Tobago dollar 100 cents
Tunisia dinar 1,000 millimes
Turkey lira 100 kurus
U
Uganda
shilling 100 cents
United Arab Emir. dirham 1,000 fils
United Kingdom pound 100 pence
United States dollar 100 cents
Uruguay peso 100 centesimos
V
Venezuela
bolivar 100 centimos
Vietnam dong 100 xu
W
Western Samoa
tala 100 sene
Z
Zambia
kwacha 100 ngwee
Zimbabwe dollar


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7 Comments:

At 2:55 PM, Blogger The Phoenix said...
 
At 4:50 AM, Blogger R. Edmondson said...
 
At 7:58 AM, Blogger Sachi said...
 
At 9:54 PM, Blogger R. Edmondson said...
 
At 2:34 PM, Anonymous Ben B. M. Okoyen said...
 
At 2:39 PM, Anonymous Ben B. M. Okoyen said...
 
At 2:42 PM, Anonymous ben B. M. okoyen said...
 

So while in Vietnam, you could buy dinner for 5 and it might cost you 50 dongs???

hahahahahaha

LOL! You better believe it, as weird as it may sound! Thanks for the laugh :)

Later.

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Sachi:
Thank you very much for the compliment, it is very much appreciated :) Please do visit again.

Thanks once again.

Nigeria is a country in West Africa. The currency is Naira and sub-currency is 100 kobo

NIGERIA--Nigeria is a country in West Africa. The currency is Naira and sub-currency is 100 kobo. Please include this as it is included in your list.

Ben B. M. Okoyen

Include Nigeria as a country in west Africa and the currency is Naira and sub-currency is 100 kobo
Ben B. M. Okoyen

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