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Forint

 

a monetary unit of the Hungarian People’s Republic, equal to 100 fillers. The forint was introduced on Aug. 1, 1946, and has a gold content of 0.0757 g. According to the June 1977 exchange rate at the Gosbank (State Bank) of the USSR, 100 forints equal 7 rubles 67 kopecks.

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The forint was largely unfazed while bonds firmed slightly.
The Hungarian forint appreciated by 14% when calculating the average Hungarian forint/U.
The forint rebounded from morning falls of about 1.
The Hungarian forint appreciated by 11% when calculating the average Hungarian forint/U.
Local MP Lszl Vg highlighted the vehicle test track and the container terminal as key new development projects underway in Zalaegerszeg, indicating that Zalaegerszeg is awaiting new investments and the city is doing everything possible to assure the availability of a suitable workforce, citing as an example the fact that the city is building a workers hostel at a cost of 600 million forints (EUR 1.
6 billion forints in the first quarter, below analysts' median forecast for 35.
Midday Friday the franc was worth 230 forints, while the euro traded at 270 forints.
Consumers can download monophonic ring tones and black & white picture images for 300 Forints each (approximately $1.
6200 winning tender applications have been awarded total funding of 10 billion forints (EUR 31.
4 billion forints in the third quarter, down 60 per cent on the same period last year, the company said.
2 billion Hungarian forints during the three months ended September 30, 2001, as compared to 3.
5 billion forints (EUR 10 million), which will lead to the creation of 75 new jobs, and the Hungarian Government is providing 349 million forints in non-returnable funding for the development project, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Pter Szijjrt announced.