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      • The word đồng is used in Vietnamese to describe any money or currency generically, and so the national currency must always specify Vietnamese đồng. Understanding VND (Vietnamese Đồng)
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  2. The word đồng is from the material which the pennies were made (bronze). The term refers to bronze coins used as currency during the dynastic periods of China and Vietnam. The term hào is a loanword from the Chinese háo (Chinese: 毫), meaning a tenth of a currency unit. The term xu comes from French sou meaning "penny".

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  3. The Vietnamese đồng (VND) is primarily issued by the State Bank of Vietnam, which is the Southeast Asian country’s central bank. Its name comes from the Vietnamese word for “copper.” The đồng has been the official currency of Vietnam since 1978, though it’s undergone many changes since its inception.

  4. Jul 29, 2022 · VND is the abbreviation of Vietnam's national currency, the Vietnamese đồng. VND is managed by the State Bank of Vietnam through a crawling peg to the U.S. dollar. The word đồng is used in...

  5. Mar 14, 2022 · The dong is the national currency of Vietnam, which replaced Vietnam’s use of the North-South separation in 1978. The Dong is considered an exotic currency due to its lack of interest in foreign exchange markets or global finance. Until 2016, it was freely linked to the US dollar through a mechanism called peg2 roll.

  6. North Vietnamese đồng. This infobox shows the latest status before this currency was rendered obsolete. The đồng ( Chữ Nôm: 銅; Chữ Hán: 元, nguyên) [a] ( / ˈdɒŋ /; Vietnamese: [ɗôŋm]) was the currency of North Vietnam from 3 November 1946 to 2 May 1978. It was subdivided into 10 hào, each itself divided into 10 xu .

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    • 2, 5 xu, 1, 2, 5 hào, 1, 2, 5, 10 đồng
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