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Franc (GNF) is the currency in Guinea

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    100 centimes

The Guinean franc is used as currency in Guinea, Africa. The currency was introduced in 1985 replacing the Syli from 1971. The currency is issued by the Banque Centrale de la République de Guinée with main office in Conakry.

Where is Guinea?

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Guinea is located in West Africa with coastal line to the Atlantic Ocean. The country has large natural resources but are still an underdeveloped country. The most valuable resource is that of bauxit.

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