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Extractions: Groceries Don't know anything about Chinese food chinese food guide Online shopping beijing guide books beijing interest books hand sanitizers Hot ! New ! beijing hotels beijing subway map beijing atms beijing china Featured western restaurant metro cafe (Italian food) RECOMMENDED SITES tour-beijing.com RELATED SITES the beijing page travel china guide beijing travel china highlights ... Beijing Tips - Currency The main thing to remember when dealing with Chinese currency is the 5 Jiao note is not 5 RMB. We've seen foreign tourists at the subway station confused as to why the 3 RMB ticket is not covered by their 5 Jiao (0.5 RMB) note. The next thing is to watch out for fake currency. There are many fake yellow-style 50's and less new-style (red) 100's. We will cover how to spot a fake note in a future tip. The other interesting thing is that the 100 RMB note is currently the largest denomination note available. This means when you go to buy some high-ticket item like an airfare, mobile phone or your next six months rent in cash, you have to bring a small suitcase of 100 RMB notes. The currency in circulation is as follows: 100 RMB two types although only one in common circulation. The maximum denomination note. Equivalent to about $13 US. The older style is blue (picture coming soon) and is pretty much gone but is still valid currency.
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Extractions: The Euro - its early history Polls taken in the UK in the immediate aftermath of the introduction of the Euro on January 1 st , indicate that people in Great Britain are less than supportive of the new Euro currency in the first few months of its history. One poll on January 5 th had the following results: If there were a referendum, would you vote to join the Euro? Yes No Dont know Do you trust the government to make the right decision, in the interest of the British people, on whether we join? Yes No Dont know If Britain entered the Euro, would a single European super-state become inevitable? Yes No Dont know This poll was conducted by the respected ICM company. What we do not know is where the poll was carried out, though companies like ICM usually do a spread throughout the land to get some form of overall picture. If the above questions were only asked in the rural Home Counties, the surprise would be that the No answer was so small. If the same questions were asked in a more cosmopolitan environment, the yes vote may well have been higher. That the governments "
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Extractions: The Mac and Nguyen Governments.  MAC DAHG-DUNG. 1527-1530. In chapter XVI notice was taken of General Mac Dang-dung, who made away with the LE Dynasty and proclaimed himself king under the name of  MINH-DUC. Although numerous bands of rebels rose up in arms against him in nearly every province, he at first reigned over the whole of Annam, having his capital at Hanoi. No. 170. Obverse: Minh-duc-nguyen-bao. Reverse: The characters That-phan, indicating the weight of the coin. They are written in the The-triem style. Copper coin issued by Mac Dang-dung.  MAC DANG-DINH (1530-1537) succeeded in 1530 through the abdication of his father MAC DANG-DUNG. In 1536 the Emperor of China sent a commission to study the political status of Annam, and in consequence of the report received he declared war against the MAC. Mac Dang-ding died at the very time that the Chinese armies passed the frontiers of the kingdom in 1537, and his father, resuming the management of affairs, hurried to submit to the Imperial will, and declared himself to be a vassal of China- The Emperor then divided the territories of Annam into two kingdoms, giving that of Cochinchina to the LE family, and declaring Tunquin to be a feudatory state of China under the government of the Mac. No. 172.
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Extractions: MANUFACTURE OF COINS. Nearly every kind of metal has been used in Annam in the manufacture of coins, and there are now in circulation coins made of gold, silver, copper, zinc, and lead; and up to within a short time ago there were also coins made of iron. Gold and silver coins were not made except under the last dynasty, and in a very limited number ; but the kings of the present dynasty have given a greater impulse to their mintage. According to the laws for casting coins in those metals, those used for paying Mandarins are to be round, and in ingots for payment to the troops in time of war. There exists also a large number of gold and silver medals with inscriptions and allegories relating to the  Ngu-bao or Five Precious Things; and these are distributed by the king in return for services to the state. These medals, however, pass into circula-tion and are taken as currency according to weight. The classification of these gold and silver coins and medals would lake up too much space in the present work and we therefore leave it for future consideration. The minor currency of Annam is identical with that of China; in fact nearly all the coins which were in circulation up to the 15th century were actually cast in the provinces of  Kuang-tung,  Kuang-si, and  Fu-kien, and brought direct to Annam in Chinese junks. The coins thus imported were smaller than the ordinary Chinese cash; they bore the Nien-hao or name of reign of various Emperors of the  Sung Dynasty of China, and are still to be found in large numbers. In Annam coins were cast only under a few of the kings of the dynasties  DINH,  former LE,  LY, and  TRAN, who reigned before that period. The description of these coins will be found further on.
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Extractions: About the RBA Statistics Speeches Media Releases ... Contact Us Creating a new note is a complex and demanding task which seeks to marry different and often conflicting objectives. A note is primarily a security document, not just a work of art, but a blend of the two is sought. Long lead times are also frequently involved in the design and production of new notes. Traditionally, portraits and national symbols have been used as major design elements. Experience has shown that the public can more easily detect faults in counterfeit notes when these are part of the design. There are various approaches which can be followed in the design of currency notes. The following comments describe the process adopted for the design of the current series of Australian notes. The Reserve Bank is responsible for the issue of Australia's currency notes, and this includes their design. The Bank is assisted by a panel of consultants, as well as suggestions from the public, as to the Australian men and women to be portrayed on notes. In deciding themes, the Bank, with the assistance of the design consultants, uses the opportunity of a new series to honour past Australians who have made an important contribution to Australia. Along with the portrait of the person, other design elements are included that relate to that person's particular achievements.
Extractions: Home Previous Page On November 19, 2003, the Commission filed a complaint in the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York alleging that Adam Swickle conducted a fraudulent offering of United Currency Group, Inc.'s ("UCG") securities from May 2001 through December 2002. Through this offering, Swickle and UCG fraudulently raised approximately $774,000 from 21 investors. The Complaint names the following defendants: UCG, which was incorporated in New York and maintained its principal place of business at 99 Wall Street. UCG purportedly employed sales representatives to trade foreign currency for its clients. UCG also conducted an offering of its securities from May 2001 through December 2002.
Extractions: Home Chapter 10. Total society and its composition Individuals Empire Utilitarian society and liberal society This chapter is dedicated to fixing and defining the technical terms which we shall use very often in this Part Three. They are terms concerning the specific living society, and specific, true-life social facts. Our perspective, if we must define them, is a perspective of specific realities -not a perspective of abstract-monetary realities- based on which we have prepared the definitions of Part One The specific, living, phenomenon we are interested in, and which we shall consider as a study unit, is the total geopolitical community. But this unit is at the same time a very complex whole made up by different social sub-units. 1. Individuals If we look for the irreducible element which makes up a social complex, we find the individual. Every human group, and therefore every geopolitical community, is made up by individuals. By individual transcendent spirit , and which differentiates radically an individual from any other animal. It is an extended mistake to consider as persons only individual men and women. The simple observation of the present reality, and the historic consideration of the past realities of man, show us on the contrary that there are three sorts of persons.
South Korea Ends Efforts To Defend Its Currency The currency crisis could also affect South Korea s role in is entering the talksappearing weak, its economy in But Rubin made it clear that the United States http://www.stern.nyu.edu/globalmacro/KoreaNYT111897.html
Extractions: November 18, 1997 Related Articles In South Korea Troubled Economy Stirs Fears (Nov. 10) Stocks Soar in Seoul on Kia Takeover Plan (Oct. 23) Forum Join a Discussion on the Financial Crisis in Asia By DAVID E. SANGER ASHINGTON South Korea on Monday suspended efforts to defend its currency with its own, fast-depleting financial reserves as American, Asian and European officials scrambled to determine if the world's 11th largest economy and one of America's largest trading partners will become the latest Asian nation needing an economic bailout. The surprise announcement from South Korea came after a series of public and private warnings in the United States that South Korea faces the kind of financial reckoning that has swept through Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia this year. But South Korean officials, facing a presidential election which the ruling party could lose, said that despite a series of major bankruptcies and reports that banks cannot meet their debts, the country was fundamentally sound. Monday's announcement by the central bank in Seoul that it could no longer afford to battle the markets and prop up the value of the Korean won was a sign to many investors that the country's troubles run much deeper. And U.S. officials are clearly concerned that a deeper financial collapse in Korea could resound more loudly around the world than the currency crises that have struck far smaller and less strategically vital nations in Asia.
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Extractions: Subscribers Log-In Here Select a Tax Product to Log-In BNA Tax Management Library Portfolios Tax Practice State Tax Weekly Report Daily Tax Report Transfer Pricing Report Weekly State Tax Report Daily Report for Executives International Tax Monitor Payroll Administration Library TaxCore Recent Developments Latest Top Tax Articles Federal Tax Highlights State Tax Highlights ... By Philip D. Morrison, Esq. , Washington, D.C. A complete liquidation of a controlled foreign corporation ("CFC") subsidiary that qualifies under §332, of course, is a non-recognition event. Under §334(b)(2), the 80% corporate distributee takes a carryover basis for the property received in the liquidation. Often, the CFC will have a local currency (or other non-dollar) functional currency. When its property is distributed to its U.S. parent in complete liquidation, the basis of that property must be translated from the local currency to the functional currency (typically the U.S. dollar) of the parent. Oddly enough, there is no clear rule for how this translation is to be done. Translation could be done at the spot rate at the time of liquidation. This would result in no currency gain or loss being built in to the carried over basis. Alternatively, the translation could be done at the "historic" rate (the rate at the date of asset acquisition). This would result in a currency gain or loss (for the period between acquisition and liquidation) being reflected in the assets' bases. There are good arguments for either approach. A very brief summary of some of these arguments would include the following.
Extractions: China's "yuan is wan." The word play was made last week by an official of the National Association of Manufacturers. The NAM is one of more than 80 trade groups urging Congress and the Bush administration to press China to revalue its currency so its goods are less competitive in the United States. A decade ago, the dollar value of the yuan on foreign-exchange markets would have been a minor issue in the US. China's economy just wasn't that important in the world picture. But China's enormous export success has made the yuan's price a hot issue today. "China is the world's greatest development story of the 21st century," declares Stephen Roach, chief economist at Morgan Stanley, a major New York investment banking firm. "Its emergence will not only benefit the 20 percent of the world that lives [there], but it will also benefit the 80 percent of us who do not." China's rapid economic growth - a fabulous 8 or 9 percent per year in real terms - has hung to a large degree on its roaring exports. In May, these had swelled to 37 percent above last year's levels. That, despite modest economic growth in the US, Europe, and Japan. A major recent problem for Europe is that as the dollar falls against the euro and the British pound, the value of the Chinese yuan for Europeans also declines - making Europe's competitive position even worse. China's export growth has brought howls of protest from the US business community. "In the last 18 months, we have really begun to hear from our members," says Frank Vargo, a NAM economist. "China cannot continue for too long ... to depend on a rising trade surplus with the US to continue fueling its economic growth." As for Europe, Donald Straszheim, an economic consultant in Santa Monica, Calif., predicts a bigger "outcry" over the next six to 12 months. China has fixed or "pegged" its currency at about 8.28 yuan to the dollar since 1994. Some say the yuan is now too cheap.
Extractions: China is under increasing pressure to abandon its currency peg to the US dollar and to float the renminbi. Editorialists, analysts and investment bankers have pointed out that China's rapid accumulation of international reserves reflects a growing external imbalance. The strong renminbi, it is argued, is putting the global economic recovery at risk. If America's third largest trade partner does not revalue its currency, other regions - in particular the eurozone - will have to shoulder a disproportionate share of world currencies' realignment. A further strengthening of the euro, however, would derail any hopes of prompt European and global recoveries. Alan Greenspan, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, last month added his voice to those suggesting that China should float its currency. He said China could not continue to peg its currency without endangering its domestic economy. This is not sound advice. The abandonment of the dollar peg would open a Pandora's box in China and could leave the world economy worse off. Although floating exchange rates are appropriate for middle- and high-income countries, they tend to be highly volatile and destabilising in countries with underdeveloped domestic financial markets and, especially, in those with weak banking sectors. China shares both of these characteristics. Moreover, in the absence of hedging instruments local companies would be exposed to exchange rate risk and the already financially troubled state-owned enterprise sector might collapse. Under these circumstances it is unlikely that the renminbi would become a truly floating currency. A more probable outcome is that the Chinese authorities would rapidly succumb to a "fear of floating" and would intervene in the foreign exchange market in an unpredictable and capricious way.
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Extractions: home login about us contact us ... help CT14040 - Local Currency Accounting - The 1993 scheme By default, the currency to be used by a company in producing its computation of taxable profits was sterling. In relation to trading profits and losses this was spelled out at FA 1993/S92 and for the Exchange Gains and Losses regime, also introduced in FA 1993/S149(1). For accounting periods beginning after 23 March 1995, FA1993/S92 to S94 allowed a company to use a non-sterling currency as its local currency in computing the profits of its trade if it met certain conditions, AND made an election within the rules. If a company made the election, it could compute and express its basic trading profits and losses (excluding capital allowances items) in a non-sterling currency. Capital allowances still had to be calculated in sterling, even though they were then taken into the computation as trading deductions. The profits/losses still had to be returned for tax in sterling, and regulations set out the rate to be used. (the Local Currency Elections Regulations 1994 (SI1994/3230)) primary economic environment in which the trade was carried on, and
Extractions: NewsWithViews.com It should be noted that Slick Willie has nothing over Treasury Secretary John Snow who will snow you at every turn. The closing press briefing of the G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bankers on Saturday was a sterling example of arrogance and unbridled power in the hands of the globalists. What was on the mind of most reporters was the value of the dollar in world currency markets. Snow refused to comment on the way the dollar should go or if there was agreement that it was low enough to accomplish reducing our trade deficit. Seven times he was asked differently phrased questions about the dollar. His prevailing response was, I never comment on exchange rates or the levels of exchange rates. Both this agreement and the Dubai agreement were unanimously supported by every member of the G7 and reflect our views on the subject. It was five months ago in Dubai that the G7 Finance and Central Bank Ministers signaled their intent to let the markets determine the value of the dollar and other currencies.
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Extractions: Editor's note The Christian Science Monitor archive includes stories dating back to 1980. Some early articles lack sufficient formatting, and will appear as one long column without paragraph breaks. We apologize for the aesthetics and hope that the information will still be of value to you. German currency leaves its mark across the Balkans BERLIN - International peace-keepers had barely arrived in Kosovo last June, when entrepreneurs in the regional capital, Pristina, started reopening their shops. I was not particularly surprised to see that the prices were all in German marks, since the mark is the currency of choice in the poorhouse of Europe. Only when I received exact change in 10- and 5-pfennig coins - and not in the customary handful of Turkish bubblegum - was it clear how firmly the German currency had set foot in the Balkans.
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Extractions: Home Events Dhan Dhan Archives ... Links Dhan Issue Dated 23 Jan 2004 Back Currency Curry - Saurabh Maloo Pressure on china to revalue its currency is mounting. EU and even Japan to pressurize China to revalue its currency have joined U.S. Recall that china received plaudits during the Asian crisis for maintaining stable exchange rate policy and avoiding competitive devaluation. Then, why Chinese currency is now blamed for global imbalances? Understanding China's Enigmatic Growth Various factors that have contributed to Chinese growth: Conducive investment environment fixed exchange rate system, preferential tax treatment World-class infrastructure, etc. All these factors, over period of time have made China-the worlds factory. Major MNC are shifting their production base to china, enabling them to drastically reduce their cost of production. Central banks today are worried more about deflation than inflation. Exports and heavy investment by government in infrastructure have been major drivers of chinas economic growth. According to observation made by Stephen Roach of Morgan Stanley, 65% of chinas growth could be traceable to export during last 3 years. While investment share of GDP rose to 42% in 2002, which is not good for the long run sustenance. Domestic demand has to play larger role.
Extractions: By CHRISTOPHER KENNETH A Russian district that has found an unorthodox solution to its social issues is now facing legal problems from the regional administration, legal experts say. Ponazyrevsky district, Kostroma Oblast, located about 300 km from Moscow, has been running its daily financial and other economic affairs for over three years now without using the ruble or any other world currency in the traditional sense of the word in its economy, according to local media reports. Nor do the residents rely on barter for their economic transactions, as the local administration has adopted a monetary system, which replaces the national currency, the ruble, with its locally printed "money-card" as the official legal tender in the district. This unorthodox monetary system, which works on a principle similar to that used in modern electronic credit-card systems, uses a card made from a piece of ordinary cardboard, cut out in rectangular form, with the value and the owners name inscribed on it. Just like a credit-card system, the cards also effectively relieve the residents of the need to carry cash, according to a TV6 report. Ivan Mantashyov, director of the Gorlovsky State Farm, the mainstay of the districts economy, said the system was necessary to fight social evils such as alcoholism and smoking in the district.