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Ngultrum, anyone?


Many people probably know the names of several countries’ currencies on FOREX Bank’s list of up-to-date exchange rates, for example the currency in South Africa is called the Rand, in China, Yuan and Indians use Rupees in their daily lives. But where can you use Ngultrums? Anyone able to answer this question without searching the internet must have extraordinary knowledge in the subject – or perhaps has been trekking in the land of the dragons, Bhutan.

Bhutan, with its just over 700,000 inhabitants, lies locked between India, to the south, and China in the north and gained independence from Indian in 1949. The Ngultrum, with the ISO code BTN, replaced the Indian Rupee in 1974. BTN is locked to the Rupee and has a value of about SEK 0.15.

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