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6f6ddb31bf dollar 7 Historical exchange rates 8 See also 9 References 10 External links . Following the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, the ruble remained the currency of the Russian Federation. On 22 September 1987, banknotes for 45 and 90 kyats were introduced, both of which incorporated Ne Win's favourite number, nine. Standard Catalog of World Coins: 18011991 (18th ed.). ^ Dominican Republic new 50- and 100-peso dominicano notes confirmed BanknoteNews.com. 15 November 2006. In a 1704 currency reform, Peter the Great standardized the ruble to 28grams of silver. Cooke & Compaia. Since 2004 the peso has reached a more stable rate of RD$3539 pesos to 1 U.S. Other responses have suggested a widespread fear that this will simply fuel the current rate of inflation, which was supported by a jump in the black market exchange rates following the public announcement of this change. The Central Bank of Myanmar introduced new 5,000 banknotes on 1 October 2014 to prevent counterfeiting, it reported on 18 September.
Nowadays nearly all bus lines in Buenos Aires have a SUBE (Sistema nico de Boleto Electrnico; Unified Electronic Ticket System) smartcard reader, allowing passengers to pay electronically without coins.. Russkaya monetnaya sistema . Further reading. In 1982, copper-clad-steel replaced bronze in the 1 and 2 ngwee. These coins all depicted president Kenneth Kaunda on the obverse and flora and fauna on the reverse. On 22 August 2012 the Bank of Zambia issued a press release stating that the changeover date for the rebased currency had been set as 1 January 2013. The new ISO code will be ZMW (formerly ZMK). used 50, 100, 500, 1000, 5000 rubles Rarely used 5, 10 rubles Printer Goznak Website www.goznak.ru Mint Moscow Mint and Saint Petersburg Mint . On 1 October 2009, 5,000-kyat banknotes were issued measuring 150 x 70mm. The austral ("") (ISO 4217: ARA) replaced the peso argentino at a rate of 1 austral to 1000 pesos (one billion pesos m$n). ^ Baczynska, Gabriela (9 July 2014).