Myanmar Currency UnitBurma Currency Unit
"The" Myanmar Currency Unit" means a currency unit within the Union of Myanmar.
Money unit: International prefix: Prior to the 1937 conflict, there were circulating in Burma a denomination of the Reserve Bench of India. In Burma they were lndian sovereigns with a seal as statutory currency. They were then substituted by Burma's money administration ticket that was in London.
They' re called Myanmar Riupes. Myanmar has been identified with India. From 1943, during the Japonese invasion, the army currency, which bore the name of the indigenous currency, began to move into a state envelope. Then, in their 1945 have compensated the funds of the UK army agencies, which were in use at the moment of the English occupying Burma.
It was only a few years after the 1952 victory that production of Burma's Khat began. Burma's Federal Reserve is taking care of the issuing of Burma's national currency. Well, in the name of the Kyoto countries, yes or no. yes or no. yes. 1-kyaat is made of 100ppa. There are currency denominations of 50 kya, 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 and 5000k yats in use.
It is not in one envelope all over the land. For example, in north-eastern Burma, instead of the local currency, China's currency is used. The Burmese Federal Reserve began issuing the 5000 Kiev banknote on October 1, 2009.
150 x 70 mm, on the front a large black bull, on the back - Burma Federal Reserve, with a face value in English. Non-invited foreigners who do not come to the Burma currency and are separated from the group of tourists should swap part of the funds for Burma's currency -equivalent to Burma's banknote.
With regard to the national currency, its free entry and export is prohibited. An unrestricted introduction of a currency is possible, provided that it is withdrawn from the land for six months. When leaving Kyoto you change to a currency only within 25% of the amount of the conversion.