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Random term: Uzbekistan
Explanation: Official name: Republic of Uzbekistan. (Part of the former Soviet Union) Monetary unit: 1 ruble = 100 kopecks. The sum was introduced on July 1, 1994 to replace the sum-coupon (an interim currency introduced in November 1993 to replace the Russian ruble) at a rate of 1 sum to 1,000 sum-coupons. The Russian ruble was banned from circulation in Uzbekistan from mid-April 1994. sum (plural summy). Current Monetary unit: sum (plural sumy)

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FKr 3641  4.34%
Euro 3636  4.33%
CFA Franc 3378  4.03%
Fmk 3221  3.84%
Czechoslovakia 3199  3.81%
Mexico 3074  3.66%
Continental dollars 3074  3.66%
Saudi Arabia 3038  3.62%
Greece 2895  3.45%
Spain 2806  3.34%
Brazil 2785  3.32%
Republic of China 2758  3.29%
gilder 2754  3.28%
Hungary 2751  3.28%
Japan 2614  3.12%