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Random title: Turkmenistan
Explanation: Official name: Turkmenistan. (Part of the former Soviet Union) Monetary unit: 1 ruble = 100 kopecks. The manat was introduced September 1, 1993 at a 1,000 to 1 ratio with the Russian ruble and circulated parallel with it, on November 1, 1993, the manat became the sole legal tender at par with the U.S. dollar at that time (valuation October 7, 1994 1 U.S.$ = 10 manat, valuation October 4, 1995 1 U.S.$ = 200 manat, October 11, 1996 1 U.S.$ = 4,060 manat). Current Monetary unit: manat

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NUr$ 9582  10.64%
NUr$ 9582  10.64%
SKr 7801  8.66%
RO 7073  7.85%
Ptas 6385  7.09%
Euro 3926  4.36%
FKr 3902  4.33%
CFA Franc 3638  4.04%
Czechoslovakia 3507  3.89%
Fmk 3478  3.86%
Mexico 3363  3.73%
Continental dollars 3352  3.72%
Saudi Arabia 3296  3.66%
Greece 3177  3.53%
Spain 3065  3.40%
Brazil 3043  3.38%
Republic of China 3014  3.35%
gilder 2999  3.33%
Hungary 2992  3.32%
Japan 2888  3.21%