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zloty

the standard monetary unit of Poland, divided into 100 groszy

Złoty

 

the monetary unit of Poland, equal to 100 groszy. The gold content of the złoty, established in 1950, is 0.222168 g of pure gold. According to the rate of exchange of the Gosbank (State Bank) of the USSR, on Jan. 1, 1972, 100 ziotys equaled 22 rubles 50 kopeks.

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c) For the part of the 3 - 2 300 PLN (two thousand three hundred zlotys 0/100)
d) For part 3 - 400 PLN (say four hundred zlotys 0/100)
e) For part 3 - 2 300 PLN (two thousand three hundred zlotys 0/100)
for lot 10 - 5 750 PLN (in words five thousand seven hundred and fifty zloty 00/100).
for lot 1 - 2 800 PLN (two thousand eight hundred zlotys 00/100)
According to the research company MEMRB, Poles spent almost 390 million zlotys on frozen fruits and vegetables in 2007, an increase of 11.
The privatisation agreement states that Pernod Ricard will, over the next two years, increase capital of Polmos Poznan by 29 million zlotys (approximately EUR 8 million).
Stadler had submitted an offer of Zlotys 317m, while Newag bid Zlotys 242m for the contract, which includes a 10-year warranty.
Problem # 5 - 10 200 PLN (ten thousand two hundred zlotys and 00/100)
12 - 1 800 PLN (in words one thousand eight hundred zlotys and 00/100)