Guyana dollar

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Noun1.Guyana dollar - the basic unit of money in Guyana
dollar - the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
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The government provided 10 million Guyanese dollar (GYD) ($46,510) to the NGO-run shelter for the provision of enhanced psycho-social services to adult female trafficking victims referred by the government.
In 1990 miners were paid at the country's parallel exchange rate for the Guyanese dollar, rather than the official rate.
where [r.sub.i] is the natural logarithm of the ratio of workers' remittances to GDP; [r.sub.i] is a real deposit or money market interest rate; [r.sub.f] is the foreign treasury bill rate, [y.sub.i] is the natural logarithm of GDP in Guyana; [y.sub.f] is the natural logarithm of foreign GDP and [DELTA][NER.sub.t] is the change in the nominal exchange rate, where the nominal exchange rate is defined as Guyanese dollars per one US dollar.