30 April 2000 The Czech crown plunged against the dollar last week, meaning Czechs now have to pay a third more crowns for a dollar than they did a year ago. The dollar exchange rate reached its historical maximum on 28 April when exchange offices in the Czech Republic sold $1 for more than 40 […]

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