Asian Currency Units
Summary of Asian Currency Units
A unit of account, employed in some Asian banks, equal to the U.S. dollar.The Asian currency unit arose to circumvent banking regulations which prohibited accounts denominated in terms of foreign currency.
(Main Author: William J. Miller)
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- Article Name: Asian Currency Units
- Author: William J. Miller
- Description: A unit of account, employed in some Asian banks, equal to the U.S. dollar.The Asian currency unit arose to circumvent [...]
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