The independent interim currency of the independent state of Slovenia – the tolar – has finally seen the light of day The official parity of this money substitute is allegedly 32:1 for the unavoidable German mark. This exchange rate, however, should not be taken too seriously, although tolar achieved some kind of convertibility in the […]

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