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  • n. Plural form of togrog.

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Examples

  • That forces the bank to make convoluted loans in which it deposits dollars from abroad into a local bank, then switches them for togrogs, and then lends those out to herders.

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  • The bank has to make the far majority of its loans in U.S. dollars even though its borrowers need Mongolian togrogs, a currency that is extremely volatile because it's so illiquid, says Banzragch Ts of the bank's treasury department.

    Microfinance Lenders Seek Ways to Hedge Forex Risks

  • "Everyone says now that we are just taking care of banks 'animals," says Janchiv Nyambuv, a 65-year-old herder who borrowed 500,000 togrogs, or $350, that he must repay in May.

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  • The bank says Mr. Sodnomdarjaa still owes more than 2.7 million togrogs, or about $1,900.

    The Global Downturn Lands

  • Mongolia: togrogs/tugriks per US dollar - 1,097.00 (December 2000),

    The 2001 CIA World Factbook

  • Mongolia togrogs/tugriks per US dollar - 1,185.3 (2004), 1,146.5

    The 2005 CIA World Factbook

  • Mongolia togrogs/tugriks per US dollar - 1,187.17 (2005), 1,185.3

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • Mongolia togrogs/tugriks per US dollar - 1,171 (2003), 1,110.31

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • As for foreign currency deposits õ¿ðñýí íü ºìíºõ ñàðûíõààñ 50.4 òýðáóì increased by 12.5 percent or 50.4 bln. togrogs òºãðºãººð áóþó 12.5 õóâü ºñ÷, 2007 reaching 452.8 bln. togrogs over the îíûõòîé õàðüöóóëàõàä 76.8 òýðáóì

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  • Domestic currency deposits decreased ºìíºõ ñàðûíõààñ 67.9 òýðáóì òºãðºãººð by 6.7 percent or 67.9 bln. togrogs over the áóþó 6.7 õóâèàð, 2007 îíûõîîñ 169.6

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