from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. The official currency of Thailand, equal to 100 satang.
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- n. the basic unit of money in Thailand
The Thai baht is up more than 11% against the dollar this year.
The Thai baht is trading at a 13-year high against the dollar.
In Thailand, where the baht is up more than 10% against the dollar so far this year, authorities are weighing new measures to curb speculative investments from abroad in addition to a tax imposed earlier this week on foreign purchases of Thai bonds.
However, the name baht was established as the Thai name by the 19th century.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia in June issued bonds denominated in Thai baht, a first for an Australian bank.
Daytraders in their pajamas dabble in Thai baht and South African rand online.
A central bank regulation requires that payment of business transactions in Thailand must be made in Thai baht, Mr Phaibu saidl.
I tell ya, they price everything at 199 baht, which is the rip off price.
Cigarettes there are cheap though, I got 10 packs for 600 baht, which is relaly a bargain.
The central bank said it's working with the Bank of Thailand to provide liquidity in Thai baht to Japanese companies, with the loans collateralized with Japanese government bonds.
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