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 What currency does Northern Ireland use?

Answer Northern Ireland is a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Its currency is the same as throughout the UK, the pound Sterling (currency code GBP). The Republic of Irelan... Read More »
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What currency is used in Ireland?

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What is the currency used in Ireland?

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