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Manat (AZN) is the currency in Azerbaijan

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    100 qepik

Azerbaijani manat is the currency used in Azerbajdzjan, Asia. The currency was introduced in 2006 and replaced the older manat from 1992, which in turn replaced the russian rubel. The currency is handled by the National Bank of Azerbaijan / Azərbaycan Milli Bankı - NBA, which has the main office in Baku.

Where is Azerbaijan?

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Azerbaijan is a republic the crosses the borders between the Asian and European continents. The country has borders to Armenia, Georgia, Iran, Russia and Turkey. Azerbaijan has, like other former Soviet union republics, tried to adopt market economy but have had big problems with corruption.

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