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pai·sa

 (pī-sä′)
n. pl. pai·se (-sā′) or paisa
A unit of currency equal to 1/100 of the rupee in India, Nepal, and Pakistan.

[Hindi paisā, from Sanskrit *padāṁśaḥ, quarter part : padam, foot, quarter (of a verse); see ped- in Indo-European roots + aṁśaḥ, portion; see nek- in Indo-European roots.]
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Mumbai, Sep 19 (PTI) The rupee extended its loss for the second straight day by tumbling 20 paise to nearly two-month low of 64.
19 (ANI): The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) on Tuesday slashed the interconnect usage charge (IUC) from 14 paise minute to 6 paise per minute, which will become effective from October 1.
RCom's "Welcome Offer" seeks to attract new prepaid customers with a "DoubleScoop Plan" with features such as full talk time, free data and a call rate of 25 paise per minute.
BSNL has fixed its fees for voice roaming deal at 25 paise per minute for any telecom carrier who wants to secure an intra-circle roaming deal with it.
Petrol price was cut by 32 paise a litre and diesel's by 85 paise a litre, the fourth reduction in rates in six weeks on the back of softening global oil prices.
Vodafone said in a statement that for a local text while on roaming, users will pay 25 paise, down from ` 1 earlier, and for STD texts, the charge has been reduced to 38 paise from ` 1.
Rupee recovers Indian rupee rose second consecutive week against the American currency, surging 97 paise to end at 62.
Ciertamente, Brasil es miembro del BRICS en America Latina, pero la intencion es captar la presencia de Mexico como un integrante asociado en el concepto denominado BRICS Plus, donde otros paises como Turquia y Sudcorea, ya forman parte de una tentadora membresia que se encuentra en el aire.
Muestra de ello ha sido la creacion del G-20 (Grupo de los veinte financiero), que en un mismo espacio condenso las relaciones asimetricas de poder entre paises desarrollados y paises en desarrollo.
Hace menos de un ano, 195 paises salieron de Paris con un acuerdo que marcaba una senda clara de reduccion de emisiones.
No entanto, estudos empiricos que comparam as praticas de RSE entre diferentes paises utilizando um enquadramento teorico que permita levantar hipoteses de investigacao sobre as diferencas ao nivel dessas praticas sao relativamente recentes (Chen & Bouvain, 2009; Jackson & Apostolakou, 2010; Gjolberg, 2009).
El primero fue la "serpiente monetaria", que fue creada en 1972/1973 por los paises de la Comunidad Economica Europea (CEE) como un nuevo sistema de tasa cambiario, dentro de ella las divisas se fijaron con un rango de [+ o -] 2,25%, sin embargo, este sistema colapso.