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|German to English translations [PRO]|
|German term or phrase: Hotline: .... (0,24 DM/Min.)|
|What is the rule, or the norm for translating foregin currency, as in this case????|
|Local time: 17:09|
|English translation:DEM (Swift code)|
You have to use the SWIFT - code, an internationally accepted code for currency abbreviation - that is if you want to use the source currency in your translation.
If not, ie. if you want to display the target's language currency, you may convert using the fixing rate of the Government Bank of the target language country (ie. if you're translating into English for England, the BoE - Bank of England daily currency fixing rate).
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