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Argentina coins in circulation

Coins from Argentina · Argentina • Peso fuerte () · Argentina • Peso moneda nacional (). The coins currently in circulation have values of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 centavos, 1 and 2. Authorities say there are billion coins in circulation, enough for coin-using Argentine should have between and coins at his or.

Argentina coins in circulation -

After the various changes of currency and dropping of zeros, one peso convertible was equivalent to 10 trillion pesos moneda nacional. The central bank says it put about million new coins of all denominations into circulation this year through deliveries to big consumers like supermarkets and toll collectors. Initially there was a gold coin worth one Argentine peso, silver coins from 1 peso 50, 20 and 10 centavos, and in , bronze coins from 2 to 1 centavos. Were also used gold coins from 2. Editing by Fiona Ortiz and Jackie Frank. This unit was based on that recommended by the European Congress of Economists in Paris in and adopted by Japan in the Argentine 5 peso fuerte coin was equivalent to the Japanese 5 yen. Peso was the name used by the Spanish for the silver coin of eight reales. For a time the administration stated and maintained a strategy of keeping the exchange rate at between 2. The 1-centavo coins were last minted in The central bank says it put about million new coins of all denominations into argentina coins in circulation this year through deliveries to big consumers like supermarkets argentina coins in circulation toll collectors. It started at par with the peso fuerte, but became not convertible with time. Sinceall the 5 cent coins are made of brass coated steel.

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