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 What kind of money is used in Brazil?

Answer The monetary unit of the Brazil is the real. It comes in denominations of one, two, five, ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred. The coins are called centavos. In 2010, one real is equal to approximat... Read More »
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What kind of money is used in Italy?

The euro is used in Italy. As a founding member of the European Union, Italy began using the euro on January 1, 1999. For the next three years, both the euro and the lira were in use until February... Read More »
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What kind of money is used in Spain?

Until the formation of the European Union in 1999, the main form of currency in Spain was the peseta (a derivative of the peso). In 2002, however, the peseta was replaced by the euro, which had an ... 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 »
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What kind of money is used in Ecuador?

The currency of Ecuador is the U.S. dollar. U.S. banknotes are used in Ecuador. Although the coins are the same weight and color as U.S. coins, they are only legal tender within Ecuador and are imp... Read More »
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