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  Vietnamese đồng - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The đồng (VND) is the currency of Vietnam.
On September 2, 1975, after the fall of Saigon, the currency in South Vietnam was changed to the "liberation" đồng worth 500 South Vietnamese đồng.
After the revaluation of the Romanian leu on 1 July 2005, the revaluation of the Mozambican metical on 1 July 2006, and the revaluation of the Zimbabwean dollar on 1 August 2006 [1], the đồng became the least valued currency unit.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dong_(currency)   (740 words)

 Vietnamese Dong, Vietnam, Information on the Currency of Vietnam, VND
The Dong is the official currency of Vietnam.
Dong, which literally means "copper" in Vietnamese, was originally named for the currencies used when Vietnam was still part of French Indochina.
In the mid 1980's, the dong was revalued, with the new dong equal to 10 old dongs.
www.gocurrency.com /countries/vietnam.htm   (702 words)

 Dong - Official Currency of Vietnam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The dong (currency code: VND) is the official currency of Vietnam.
Each dong is subdivided into 10 hào (hao), which in turn divided divided into 10 xu.
Nowadays dong is the 3'rd least valued currency unit in the world.
www.monetary-unit.com /units/dong.htm   (172 words)

 Propaganda Banknotes of Vietnam
The use of forged, parodied or overprinted currency to be the medium of that propaganda, for the most part, is a phenomenon of the twentieth century.
The first variation of the one dong propaganda banknote is different from all the others in that the propaganda message tag is at the right of the front of the note.
The 1 dong code-4543 leaflets are 195 x 72 mm and were designed to drop 1.7 ft per second, with a dispersal of 26% of the drift distance; leaflets would take about 4 hours to descend from 25,000 feet.
www.psywarrior.com /Vietnambanknote.html   (10637 words)

 Vietnam introduces new 500,000 Dong bank note
Vietnam's largest denomination bank note in present use is 100,000 dong, and was issued in 2000.
The 500,000 dong ($32) notes, which are greenish blue, have a portrait of the country's first president Ho Chi Minh on the front, and shows his Kim Lien commune home on the other side.
The redesigned 50,000 dong notes, which will be used alongside the current green 50,000 dong currency, are light brown and depict Vietnam's old citadel of Hue.
www.polymernotes.org /articles/VNM_article_introduction.htm   (421 words)

 XE.com - The Universal Currency Converter ®
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When you are finished, push the "Perform Currency Conversion" button, and the results of your conversion will be displayed.
If you need more help, information is available on the three-letter currency codes used above, as well as world currency symbols.
www.xe.com /ucc   (270 words)

 Currency Exchange
The U.S. dollar is more or less a second currency in Vietnam.
currency can be exchanged for dong at your hotel or at the State
The dong has remained relatively stable, but is only used
www.neiu.edu /~mtang/cs403/teamProject/Vietnam/currency.html   (135 words)

 WebVietnam.info - Vietnamese Currency
Vietnamese currency is call the "Dong." The plural of the currency is also called the "Dong." One (1) US dollar = 15000 Dong.
Vietnam is the only country in the world where you can take out your "Dong" and everyone wants some.
New currency (above) with tear and counterfeit resistant features were intrduced in December 2003.
www.webvietnam.info /currency.htm   (106 words)

 Currency Leaflets
Information about the production of the 1 Dong, 2 Dong and 5 Dong notes is given by Robert W. Chandler in his highly regarded book "The War of Ideas".
The North Vietnamese Government said that the bogus Dong notes flooding the country were causing inflation and accused President Nixon of the "international crime" of counterfeiting.
He had also told me that they had done a very short print run at their plant in Okinawa of a leaflet which had currency on one side and a message on the other, but had dropped the idea; plus their quality of color reproduction proved inadequate.
www.btinternet.com /~rod.oakland/currency_leaflets.htm   (1355 words)

 Dong Da Hotel - Discount Hue Hotel Reservations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Dong Da Hotel, Hue is in the heart of the city.
The Dong Da Hotel is centrally located and provides good budget, affordable accommodation.
Drive time from Danang International Airport to the Dong Da Hotel is approximately 1.5 hours or 20 minutes from Phu Bai Airport in Hue Province.
directrooms.com /vietnam/hotels/dong-da-hotel-hue-1884.htm   (185 words)

 State tries to stabilise currency exchange
The state bank has already sold $300 million to commercial banks to fulfil the demand for foreign currency.
Many local residents have also withdrawn dong and purchased dollars because they thought the dong would depreciate as the country’s price index rose, he said.
Dinh said smuggling in the northern border region had also caused the dong to fall against the dollar.
vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn /2004-03/17/Stories/18.htm   (332 words)

 Calculator for Viet Nam Dong (VND) Currency Exchange Rate Conversion
Enter the amount to be converted in the box to the left of the currency and press the "convert" button.
The Viet Nam Dong is the currency in Vietnam (Viet Nam, VN, VNM).
View the currency factors, the data sources, the update dates, and smallest currency units
coinmill.com /VND_calculator.html   (331 words)

 Vietnam Currency, Vietnam Dong, Vietnam Travel Tips
The currency of Vietnam is "Dong" (abbreviated "d" or VND).
With the relatively low value of Dong, you are recommended to carry US dollar in small notes; it will help you to change easily.
If your travellers cheques are in currencies other than US dollars, they may be useless beyond the major cities.
www.activetravelvietnam.com /traveltips/currency.html   (398 words)

 Dong Fang Hotel - Discount Guangzhou Hotel Reservations
The Dong Fang Hotel, Guangzhou is in the heart of the city, opposite the China Trade Fair building.
The Dong Fang Hotel has comfortable elegantly decorated rooms with a combination of Chinese and Western styles.
Drive time from Guangzhou New Baiyun International Airport to the Dong Fang Hotel is approximately 15 minutes.
directrooms.com /china/hotels/dong-fang-hotel-guangzhou-379.htm   (139 words)

 Travel Channel :: Currency Converters
This currency converter allows you to get up-to-date exchange rates around the world.
Enter the amount of currency you wish to exchange, then use the pulldown menus to select the currencies you would like to compare.
Currency and Measurement Converters for the Palm Pilot®
travel.discovery.com /tools/converters/converters.html   (253 words)

 Vietnam Dong - Vietnamese Currency Gallery - Banknotes.com - Vietnamese Bank Notes & Paper Money - Banknotes of Viet-Nam
10 Dong (1948) (Ho Chi Minh; soldier; worker)
5000 Dong 1991 (Ho Chi Minh; hydroelectric dam)
10000 Dong 1993 (Ho Chi Minh, junks in sea)
www.banknotes.com /vn.htm   (166 words)

 Unicode/ISO 10646 World Currency Symbols
If your browser understands Unicode but it is not enabled or you do not have a suitable font then it may display nothing at all, a blank space, some form of error marker or the character numeric reference in the form
Even if your browser understands Unicode, you have Unicode enabled and you have a suitable font, it may have gaps where some of the currency symbols should be in which case it may display nothing at all, a blank space, some form of error marker or the character numeric reference in the form
If you see two characters in the quotes, your browser is using these as a crude representation of the character.
www.jhall.demon.co.uk /currency/by_symbol.html   (806 words)

 FXConverter - Currency Converter for 164 Currencies
FXConverter (Foreign Exchange Currency Converter) is a multi-lingual Currency Converter with up to date exchange rates provided from leading market data contributors and is filtered for validity.
To get the exchange rates for any of the 164 currencies, select the desired currencies from the lists below, as well as the date, language, and amount for which you would like to conduct the currency conversion.
Buy Currency and Travelers Cheques delivered to your home for your next trip with FXDelivery.
www.oanda.com /convert/classic   (371 words)

 Vietnam and South-East Asia Coins and Currency
The 1960 1 Dong and the 1963 50 Xu.
The copper-nickel 1960 1 Dong was the only other coin South Vietnam issued that year.
The copper-nickel 500 and 200 Dong coins portray the denomination in large numerals.
www.joelscoins.com /vietnam.htm   (1273 words)

 Vietnam Travel Guide - Currency information
US currency is exchanged for Vietnamese dong and treasury notes in banks, exchange bureaus, hotels, and jewellery shops.
When leaving the country, remaining Vietnamese currency can be exchanged for US dollars at the exchange bureau at the airport.
Sometime paying in VD is better because of the exchange rate they use.
vietnam.sawadee.com /currency.htm   (211 words)

 Travlang's Currency Exchange Rates and info - We also offer Discount Hotel rooms, cheap flights and car rental bookings ...
The currency exchange rates from which these pages are generated are a service of Xenon Laboratories Universal Currency Converter™ and are copyright © 1995-7 Xenon Laboratories Incorporated.
All graphics and the design of this web page are copyright © 1997 travlang except some of the currency note images are from Ron Wise's World Paper Money Homepage.
For more information on Xenon's Currency Converter™ service, including rate accuracy and notes on significant figures, please refer to the Web page here.
www.travlang.com /money   (287 words)

 Vietnam Currency (the Dong): Cost of living in Vietnam - LivinginVietnam.com
You are not familiar with the Vietnamese Currency?
The Dong (VND) will be your main currency here.
The notes come in denominations from 200 dong to the recent 500 000 dong.
www.livinginvietnam.com /vietnam/currency.htm   (161 words)

 Vietnamese Dong Exchange Rates - North and South America - Current Exchange Rates
Add our free customizable currency converter and exchange rate tables to your site today.
Exchange rates for the Vietnamese Dong against foreign currencies from North and South America are displayed in the table above.
The values in the Convert To column provide the quantity of foreign currency units that can be purchased with 1 Vietnamese Dong based on recent exchange rates.
www.exchange-rates.org /currentRates/VND   (181 words)

 Vietnam Currency Exchange, Vietnamese Dong against the Us dollars, Vietnam banks, Vietnamese notes
The currency is being slowly devalued against the US dollar which will currently buy around 15,800 dong.
Dollars can also be exchanged for dong in most gold and jewelry shops, and on the streets, though later is not advisable as customers are often cheated.
Travelers' cheques can be exchanged in most banks and a few hotels, but cash in US dollars is favorite.
www.toursvietnam.com /currency.htm   (291 words)

 Vietnam Adventures Vietnam Travel Guide - Travel Tips
One could argue that the Vietnamese currency is really the US dollar, as dollars are readily accepted and prices are frequently quoted in dollars.
We usually carry both dong and dollars, as establishments may list prices in either currency.
The government recently began printing new, counterfeit proof currency, so you'll likely receive both new and old bills.
www.vietnamadventures.com /getting_there/currency.html   (248 words)

 Vietnam Dong currency - View exchange rates for trading Vietnam Dong currency.
Vietnam Dong currency - View exchange rates for trading Vietnam Dong currency.
We are proud to share with you an innovative, state of the art Vietnam Dong currency trading platform.
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www.2-forex.com /currency/currency-exchange-vietnam-dong.php   (187 words)

 XE.com - The Full Universal Currency Converter
While having every world currency available is nice, it can make it a little difficult to find the one you're looking for.
(Note that there are far more currencies available than the initial five displayed.) When you are finished, push the "Perform Currency Conversion" button, and the results of your conversion will be displayed.
"Universal Currency Converter", "XE", "XE.COM", and the spinning currency logo are trade marks of XE Corporation.
www.xe.com /ucc/full.shtml   (380 words)

 eBay Store - gift-dot-com store: Iraqi Dinars, 24k Gold bars, Vietnam Currency   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Vietnam 10000 Dong Polymer Currency Banknote 2006 -UNC!
Vietnam 20000 Dong Polymer Currency Banknote 2006 -UNC!
Mint Vietnam New Polymer 20000 Dong Banknote 2006-UNC!
stores.ebay.com /gift-dot-com-store   (328 words)

 FXCheatSheet - Currency Converter for Travelers
FXCheatSheet allows travelers to create and print a currency converter table for their next trip.
To get a copy of your currency table, select the language, date, currencies you wish to obtain and the rate you believe is most relevant to your needs.
You can get the OANDA currency FXCheatSheet with the exchange rate on any day since 1 January 1990 through today.
www.oanda.com /converter/travel   (180 words)

This is one Pu-Dong (which is St. Corjimia's currency).
It features your nobel Prime Minister (notice how mine is much better then the rest).
It's a rough copy, but I haven't added a Pu-Dong in a while, and the people need their currency!
www.stcorjimia.itgo.com /photo4.html   (174 words)

This Afghanistan Currency Set Includes All Taliban Era Currency
This North Korea and Vietnam Currency Set Contains
This weeks currency special is the 1978 North Korea Currency Set This High Value Set of 5 Notes Contains:
kmmcoinsandcurrency.com /CurrencySets.html   (62 words)

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