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Ngultrum (BTN) is the currency in Bhutan

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    100 chhertum

The ngultrum is the currency used in Bhutan, Asia. It was introduced in 1974 and replaced the former rupee. The currency is handled by the National Bank of Bhutan Limited - BNBL with main offices in Thimphu.

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Bhutan is a small kingdom in south Asia. The country is one of the worlds smallest and underdeveloped economies.

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