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  • n. Venezuelan bolívar fuerte

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Examples

  • On Friday, TuBasket.com reported that Biedrins signed with VEF Riga, the Latvian League champions who will play next in the Euroleague.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • TuBasket.com reported that Biedrins signed with VEF Riga, the Latvian League champions who will play next in the Euroleague.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The effect of accounting for the Company s business in Venezuela using the parallel market currency exchange rate instead of the prior official rate of 2.15 bolivar fuertes (VEF) (See "Operating Activities" below), excluding the remeasurement losses mentioned above, was $0.07 per diluted share during the three and nine months ended March 31, 2010.

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  • Project Professional ( 'AZN', 'BGN', 'BYR', 'VEF', 'ZWL', 'XDR') or for the adventurous I will save you a few minutes and tell you the table you want is in the published DB, and is MSP_PROJECTS and the column is PROJ_OPT_CURRENCY_CODE.

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  • /PRNewswire-FirstCall/-- On Friday, January 8, 2010, the Venezuelan monetary authorities decided to devalue the Bolivar Fuerte (VEF).

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  • 'The announced nationalizations were intended in part to send a signal to other private businesses not to raise prices in the aftermath of a large VEF devaluation,' Goldman Sachs '

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  • Validus, which is the mortgage side of the VEF Group, he said that clients buying property had been dealt with before VEF went into administration.

    This French Life

  • The managing director of VEF, Trisha Mason, started the company more than 20 years ago, and her thoughts on the French property market were often featured on websites and in the media.

    This French Life

  • The end of VEF comes a few months after the closure of the

    This French Life

  • A prominent overseas Vietnam leader who founded the Vietnam World Christian Fellowship witnessed the event and highly commended the leadership of pastor Ho Tan Khoa, chairman of the VEF, and his committee.

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