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SIGNS OF CURRENCY COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD



The section contains signs, many of which you have already seen more than once. It's no news that the currencies of developed countries have their own designations. Thus, the United States quite legitimately considers its currency a symbol of stability and prosperity, and the dollar sign $ can rightly be called the sign of a stable currency. Currency signs have European Union currency, euro, British pound, Japanese yen, Italian lira, Spanish peseta, French franc, Indian rupee, Israeli shekel, Mongolian Tugrik, South Korean won, and even Lao Kip!

The currencies of all other countries have a sign that applies to all currencies - a circle with four rays.


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A symbol that applies to all currencies, Generic currency symbol

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Ukrainian Hryvnia, Hryvnia, UAH

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US Dollar, US Dollar, USD

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Cent, cent

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Miles (one thousandth of a dollar)

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Euro (European Community), Euro, EUR

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ECU (European Community), ECU, ECU

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Pound Sterling, Pound Sterling, GBP

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Japanese Yen, Yen, JPY

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Italian Lira, Italian Lira, ITL

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Spanish Peseta, Spanish Peseta, ESP

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French Franc, French Franc, FRF

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Dutch Guilder, Dutch Guilder, NLG

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Indian Rupee, Indian Rupee, INR

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Brazilian Cruzeiro, Cruzeiro Real, BRR

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Israeli Shekel, Shekel, ILS

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Mongolian Tugrik, Tugrik, Togrog, MNT

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Korean Won, Won, KPW, KRW

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Colon (Costa Rica, El Salvador), Colon, CRC, SVC

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Nigerian Naira, Naira, NGN

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Lao Kip, Kip, LAK

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