Since all Chinese banks do not exchange "Afghan Mud" banknotes. Is this a low show on this country? People who do not circulate money can imagine ...

4 thoughts on “Since all Chinese banks do not exchange "Afghan Mud" banknotes. Is this a low show on this country? People who do not circulate money can imagine ...”

  1. Foreign currencies in my country mainly include: pounds, Hong Kong dollars, dollars, Swiss francs, Singapore, Grand, Dan Yewlang, Norwegian Cran, yen, Canada dollar, Australian dollar, euro, Macau yuan, Philippine Peso, Thai baht, Thai baht, New Zealand dollar, South Korea, etc. Foreign currency other than this cannot be exchanged in my country.
    This can not be exchanged for Afghanistan, not looking down on Afghanistan! In addition, Afghanistan has stopped circulating version, which can only be traded in the postal card market.

  2. Friends are not aimed at which country, which is related to the country's economic history and monetary policy, and has nothing to do with economic strength. Under the open economic conditions, it depends on whether this country uses floating exchange rates or fixed exchange rates. The fixed exchange rate is unchanged. The state buys or sells national currencies in the foreign exchange market to maintain stability. If it is a floating exchange rate, it depends on the purchasing power of this country. In fact, there are many factors.

  3. Whether currency can be freely exchanged depends on the recognition of the country's national credit and the country's monetary policy

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