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Lingo24 Ltd United Kingdom Local time: 00:48 Member (2009) English
Aug 4, 2010
Hello, I have a rather "odd" question. We're trying to determine different currencies and we're not sure about the symbols attached to these. Could someone (a native, or a citizen of the specified country) help me with the following: Ghanaian cedi- I found no symbol for this. Hong Kong dollar- $? Indian rupee- Rs? Jamaican dollar- $? South Korean won- ₩? Mexican peso- $? Singapore dollar-$? United Arab Emirates dirham- د.إ Argentine peso- $? Australian dollar- $?
Thanks so much!
[Edited at 2010-08-04 14:22 GMT]
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