Some articles on currency, currency central:
... and Denmark halted as a result of the occupation, leaving one currency to develop in two markets independently of each other ... On 18 December 1940, a Currency Central was established in order to monitor foreign trade and to secure the solvency of the Faroes ... Currency Central was headed by a board of nine, the judge, who was chairman, one representative of Faroe Fish Export, one representative of the Faroese Merchants' Union ...
Famous quotes containing the words central and/or currency:
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