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      • From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia The leu (sign: L; ISO 4217 code: MDL) is the currency of Moldova. Like the Romanian leu, the Moldovan leu (plural: lei) is subdivided into 100 bani (singular: ban). The name of the currency originates from a Romanian word which means "lion".
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  2. Moldovan leu - Wikipedia

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    The Moldovan leu was established on 29 November 1993, following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the creation of the independent republic of Moldova. It replaced the temporary cupon currency at a rate of 1 leu = 1000 cupon. In Transnistria, an unrecognized state claimed in whole by Moldova, the Transnistrian ruble is used instead. The currency is not honoured by Moldova or any other state.

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  3. The Moldovan leu was es­tab­lished on 29 No­vem­ber 1993, fol­low­ing the col­lapse of the So­viet Union and the cre­ation of the in­de­pen­dent re­pub­lic of Moldova. It re­placed the tem­po­rary cupon cur­rency at a rate of 1 leu = 1000 cupon.

  4. Economy of Moldova - Wikipedia

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    In 1993, a national currency, the Moldovan leu, was introduced to replace the Soviet ruble. The economic fortunes of Moldova began to change in 2001; since then the country has seen a steady annual growth of between 5% and 10%. Remittances from Moldovans abroad account for a quarter of Moldova's GDP, one of the highest percentages in the world.

  5. Mar 27, 2020 · The Moldovan leu was established on 29 November 1993, following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the creation of the independent republic of Moldova. It replaced the temporary cupon currency at a rate of 1 leu = 1000 cupon. In Transnistria, an unrecognized state claimed in whole by Moldova, the Transnistrian ruble is used instead.

  6. Moldovan leu – Wikipedia

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    Moldovan leu (romaniaksi leu moldovenesc, mon. lei) on Moldovan rahayksikkö. Sen ISO 4217 -standardin mukainen koodi on MDL. Yksi leu jakautuu 100 baniin (romaniaksi ban, mon. bani).

  7. Moldovan leu | Currency Wiki | Fandom

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    The Moldovan leu (code: MDL) is the currency of Moldova. Like the Romanian leu, it is divided into 100 bani. The Moldovan leu was introduced in 1993, shortly after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

    The current coins of the leu are denominated in 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 bani, with the 1, 5, 10, and 25 bani coins being composed of aluminum, while the 50 bani coin is composed of aluminum-bronze. Aluminum 50 bani coins, and nickel plated steel 1 and 5 lei coins were issued in 1993, but have been withdrawn from circulation.

  8. Moldovan leu - The Web Video Encyclopedia

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    The leu (sign: L; ISO 4217 code: MDL) is the currency of Moldova.Like the Romanian leu, the Moldovan leu (plural: lei) is subdivided into 100 bani (singular: ban).The name of the currency originates from a Romanian word which means "lion".

  9. Moldova - Wikipedia

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    The capital city is Chișinău. Most of the Moldovan territory was a part of the Principality of Moldavia from the 14th century until 1812, when it was ceded to the Russian Empire by the Ottoman Empire (to which Moldavia was a vassal state) and became known as Bessarabia.

  10. Wikipedia's Moldovan leu as translated by GramTrans La ĉi-suba teksto estas aŭtomata traduko de la artikolo Moldovan leu article en la angla Vikipedio , farita per la sistemo GramTrans on 2016-04-09 05:38:49.

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    Dutch Thaler, depicting a lion, the origin of the Bulgarian "Lev", Romanian "Leu" and Moldovan "Leu". The Dutch leeuwendaalder was imitated in several German and Italian cities. These coins circulated in Bulgaria, Romania and Moldavia and gave their name to the respective currencies the Bulgarian lev , Romanian leu , and Moldovan leu .