French franc

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Noun1.French franc - formerly the basic unit of money in FranceFrench franc - formerly the basic unit of money in France
franc - the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 centimes
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The new French franc of December 1958 had a fixed parity of one French franc (FF) for 50 FCFA.
When Francophone Africa gained political independence in the 1960s, the currency was retained with the enticement (thrown in by the French government) to peg it to the French franc which guaranteed total and free convertibility.
He wondered why Somary had made a distinction between the mainland and the African French franc. Dr.
The French are not the only nation that speaks French, but they have been the only one in Europe to use the French franc.
Percentage of total international assets December 1996 1997 1998 US dollar (USD) 32.6 35.1 34.3 Deusche Mark (DEM) 11.6 10.6 11.3 Swiss franc (CHF) 2.6 2.6 2.6 Japanese yen (JPY) 9.9 10.0 10.1 Pound sterling (GBP) 3.5 4.0 4.2 French franc (FRF) 3.5 3.3 3.5 Italian lire (ITL) 3.7 3.7 4.6 ECU/euro(1) 1.4 1.0 1.4 Undistributed(2) 31.2 29.7 28.0 Total in billions of USD 8 326.9 9 036.8 9 665.4 Q3 1998 1999 US dollar (USD) 34.3 32.7 Deusche Mark (DEM) 11.9 ..
In reality, it's little more than a new name for the Deutschemark or French franc.
84.03 82.23 French franc (Per Unit) 20.41 19.95 Dutch guilder (Per Unit) 60.76 59.40 Belgian franc (Per 100 Units) 331.90 324.50 Danish krone (Per Unit) 18.12 17.52 Norwegian krone
As a result, rents in the Champs Elysees remained stable in French franc terms over the year, while in U.S.
According to this theory, currencies such as the yen, the lira or the French franc are all overvalued (see chart), while the Canadian and Australian dollars are undervalued.
These currencies include the German mark, Dutch guilder, Italian lira and the French franc. They are tied together within a band of about two percent.
Instead, the titular "beast" (Christopher Pym, in what must be a very warm hairy disguise) is waited upon by just two trusty servants: the statuesque Dame Dolly Doughnut (Robert Squire) and Andrew Curphey's energetic French Franc.
The decree arbitrarily sets the exchange rates at: 1 French franc = 1.70 CFA francs;