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 What is the currency used in India?

Answer The official currency of India is the "rupee." The international symbol in use for the rupee is INR. An Indian rupee is divided into "100 paise." As of June 2010, one US dollar was equal in value ... Read More »
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Is the rupee the currency in India?

The rupee is the official currency of India. The word "rupee" translates to "silver" in English, and rupees were initially silver coins. Today, rupees are printed as both coins and paper notes.Refe... Read More »
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Currency Trading Tips in India?

Forex trading in India has long been a controversial issue. India allows any individual to exchange up 200,000 USD per year without providing any paperwork However, these 200,000 USD cannot be use... Read More »
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What is the worth of United States currency converted to Australian currency?

As of April 2010, the exchange rate for the Australian dollar is 1.07356 dollars to 1 United States dollar. For Example 100 U.S. dollars equals about 107.35 Australian dollars. However, exchange ra... Read More »
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You bought your new 3G iPhone in the USA and you are going to India in September will the phone work in India and will the wi fi work in India?

What do you think? Yea! If it doesn't that is a big waste of money! Anyway iPhones are bad phones! I had one and i would never get any calls! iPhones are the worst phones ever!
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