What kind of money does mexico use?

Answer Mexico uses the peso as its basic monetary unit. The value of the peso decreased from 10.898 per U.S. dollar in 2005 to 13.64 in 2009. As of early 2010, one U.S. dollar was worth about 12.85 Mexic... Read More »

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What kind of money is used in Mexico?

The peso and the centavo are used as money in Mexico. The peso is the main unit of currency. There are 100 centavos in a peso. On February 3, 2010, one Mexican peso was worth about 7.78 U.S. cents.... Read More »

Does the USA owe money to Mexico?

According to the Department of the Treasury and Federal Reserve, the United States of America owes Mexico approximately $34.4 billion in non-marketable bills, bonds and/or notes. According to usde... Read More »

Which kind of ships cruise from San Francisco to Mexico?

Ships traveling from San Francisco to Mexico include Princess Cruises' Sea Princess, the Oceania Cruises' Oceania Marina, the ms Zuiderdam, and the Seven Seas Navigator. All these cruises depart fr... Read More »

What is money called in Mexico?

The original silver peso made its debut as Mexico's form of money in 1732. While it has undergone several reincarnations over the past three centuries, Mexico's official currency continues to be th... Read More »