from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. The currency of Ukraine, symbol ₴, divided into 100 kopiykas
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- n. the basic unit of money in Ukraine
IMF funds, combined now with an current account surplus (H1 2010), and much reduced debt service costs suggests appreciation pressure on the hryvnia which is likely to be met with the accumulation of foreign currency reserves.
But it included an itinerary, train tickets, three stacks of foreign currency in various denominations, mostly Ukrainian hryvnia.
In the heady days of 2006 and 2007, investors often asked Mr. Thin questions about less-familiar currencies such as the Ukrainian hryvnia and Romanian leu, but the inquiries stopped abruptly when the global recession made investors wary about taking on riskier assets.
At a travel agency in town we were asked 54 hryvnia each for tickets to Premysil.
We decided to take our chance at the station ticket office, where we paid 22 hryvnia to a woman in a flowered frock who glared at us silently throughout the transaction, ignoring anything we said.
Everyone seems desperate for a few hryvnia in a blank-faced, resigned way.
The World Bank also predicted that inflation, fueled by a big devaluation of the hryvnia currency, would spiral to 16.4% this year against an earlier forecast of 13.6%.
Viktor Andriyovych Yushchenko With government finances stretched to breaking point, banks wobbling and the hryvnia plunging, Ms. Tymoshenko managed to push through policies required by the IMF despite chronic political infighting.
The national currency, the hryvnia, has slid almost 15% in the past two months, with the president and prime minister at loggerheads over key policies.
The hryvnia is approaching this year's low at almost nine hryvnias to the dollar, after what the Ministry of Finance called "panic and speculation" coincided with a high burden of foreign-debt repayments for companies in August.
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