tiyin


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tiyin

(ˈtiːɪn)
n
a variant spelling of tyiyn
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Noun1.tiyin - 100 tiyin equal 1 som in Uzbekistan
Uzbekistani monetary unit - monetary unit in Uzbekistan
2.tiyin - 100 tiyin equal 1 tenge in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstani monetary unit - monetary unit in Kazakhstan
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The US currency has risen by 31 soum 75 tiyin and since April 9, a US dollar will cost 8,451 soums 37 tiyin in Uzbekistan,Trendreports with reference to the Central Bank of Uzbekistan.
Russian ruble rise was insignificant again, rising to 1 soums 23 tiyin and totaling 129 soums 37 tiyin.
Analysis of problems started with the ultimatum of Naryn residents to restore electricity tariff of 70 tiyin. The answer, according to Usenov, was direct: "the government will not rescind the new tariffs".The second requirement Naryn residents was not to conduct the second phase of tariff increases.