How much money was lost in France from 1643 to 1792?

Answer In 1789, France ran out of money due to the assistance they gave during the U.S. war for independence. The exact amount lost from 1643 to 1792 in France is not recorded. Today, over six billion dol... Read More »

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How much money is in France?

France's gross domestic product, including tourism, was almost $3 trillion in 2009, according to the U.S. Department of State. Around $1.2 trillion of that amount comes from trade with other co... Read More »

What is the name of money used in France?

France, as a member country of the European Union, uses the Euro as its national currency. Launched in 1999, the Euro is divided into 100 cents and may be used in any of the 16 member nations that... Read More »

What is money in France called?

One of the world's oldest currencies, the French franc was in use, in various incarnations, from 1360 until Jan. 1, 2002. On that day, the euro was adopted as the official French currency, although... Read More »

What type of money is used in France?

The euro is the currency of France and the other countries of the European Union. It replaced the franc on Feb. 17, 2002, at the rate of 6.56 francs to one euro. The 5 euro banknote is the most wid... Read More »